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SOUWESTER 




1963 





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ANGIE BETTCHER 

MARCELLA 

WICHMAN 

GEORGETOWN 






EDITOR 

ASSOCIATE 
EDITOR 

TEXAS 



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FOREWORD 


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CLASSES 


14-103 


FACULTY 


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CAMPUS 


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ORGANIZATIONS 142-213 



PERSONALITIES 214-229 



SPORTS 



CONCLUSION 



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President and Mrs. Durwood Fleming 



SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

1963 



This is the place we have chosen. Here we learn, grow, and expand. 
A small place, close, limited, yet unlimited as the space and air about 
it. Concept within concept and world moving within the tiny micro- 
cosm that is Southwestern University. There are concepts to ponder, 
worlds to explore, and things to challenge. 

Southwestern University is constantly changing. The students of this 
university are also constantly changing. The mind — that vague and 
mysterious possession locked within each personality — is constantly 
moving, searching, and growing. 

To sum up the feelings and activities of the students of Southwestern 
University the I 963 Sou'wester staff records the happenings of the 
I 962- 1 963 school year. 

As you thumb through yearbooks, old and new, one thing comes to 
mind ... "I am looking at a school yearbook." All yearbooks have 
those little things that make them common to other yearbooks — page 
after page of nothing but individual class pictures . . . monotonous 
use of type . . . most contain no real information; however, within the 
covers of this book you will find the most readable, comprehensive 
account available of the happenings of the I962-I963 school year 
as they concerned Southwestern University. 

The Sou'wester presents a changed look for a changing university. 




What happens to a college student's time? He spends it . . . experimenting in the various labs . . . listening to lectures 
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. . . attending classes at 8 O'clock in the morning . . . signing Assembly and Uhapel slips . . . checking the mail . . . hunt- 
ing a chair in the SUB . . . meeting to discuss activities . . . 



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. . . cheering at the fraternity games . . . cheering for the Southwestern Pirates . . . going through sorority or fraternity 
Rush . . . attending all the sorority and fraternity pledge receptions . . . 







. . . enjoying those last five minutes 01. the backsteps of Kurth Hall . . . working hard to be a good pledge . . . waiting to 
see the Dean of Men or the Dean of Women . . . dropping courses . . . 




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. . attending sorority and fraternity parties . . . caroling at the fraternity houses 
foodies . . . meeting new friends . . . taking part in college life. 



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Dennis King Anderson 
Anaco, Venezuela 
Business Administration 
Economics 

Kappa Siqma, Alumni Sec, 
Assistant Pledge Trainer; 
Spanish Club; Pre-Law Society; 
All Intramural Football Team 




Margaret Anne Benjamin 

Austin 

Elementary Education 

English 

Sou'wester Staff; 

Megaphone Staff; Pi Delta Epsilon, 
Vice-Pres.; Mask and Wig; 
SCA; Canterbury Association; 
SUB Governing Board, Publicity 
Chairman; Kurth House Council, 
Vice-Pres., Social Chairman; 
Women's Advisory; NEA, 
Representative, Relations 
Committee to Area Conference 



James Winton Bohmfalk 

Beaumont 

History 

Phi Delta Theta; German Club; 
Magazine Staff; Pre-Law Society; 
Blue Key; SUB Governing Board 




Cecil Arthur Bradley 

Alice 

Biology 

Kappa Sigma, Rush Captain; 
Young Republicans; 
Lettermen's Association; 
Intramural Sports; Canterbury 
Association; Dean's List 





Barbara Ann Brewer 
Crowley, Louisiana 
Elementary Education 

Delta Delta Delta, Beauty 
Nominee; Best Dressed Nominee; 
Basketball Sweetheart Nominee; 
Dean's List; WRA; NEA; 
French Club; Spanish Club 



Carolyn Campbell Canady 

Palestine 

Elementary Education 

Zeta Tau Alpha; NEA; 
Mask and Wig 



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Clinton Huey Clements 
Chappell Hill 
Religion 



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Charles Arthur Coppin 

Belton 

Mathematics 

Independent Association 




Sanford Downs Coon 
San Antonio 
Religion 
Psychology 

Phi Delta Theta, Pres.; 
Kappi Chi, Pres.; SCA; 
Southwestern University Band; 
French Club; Ruter Dormitory 
House Council; Men's Panhellenic; 
Blue Key; Who's Who Among 
Students in American Colleges and 
Universities; University 
Student Leaders Council 



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Henry McConnell Cox 

Houston 

History 

English 




James Allen Draeger 

Georgetown 

Business Administration 

Economics 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Pres., Treas. 
Interfraternity Council, Pres.; 
Recipient of Pi Kappa Alpha 
Scholarship 



Dewey Nelson Ervin 

Houston 

Biology 

Phi Delta Theta; Blue Key; 
University Honor Council; 
Student Senate; Varsity Basketbal 
Team; Lettermen's Association; 
Ruter Dormitory House Council; 
Senior Class Pres.; Who's Who 
Among Students in Colleges and 
Universities 





William Gray Fair 

Hunt 

Business Administration 

Economics 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Social Chairman, 
Recording Sec, Corresponding 
Sec, Dining Room Mgr.; Senior 
Class Treas; SUB Board of 
Directors, Chairman of Dance 
Committee, Delegate to Region 9 
of American Association of 
College Unions; Student Member 
on the University Commencement 
and Reception Committee; 
Beauty Review Committee 



Marcus Chung Sun Fang 
Singapore, Malaya 
Psychology 

International Club, Pres.; 
German Club 




Arlen Gary Ferguson 

Houston 

Business Administration 

Economics 

Kappa Alpha, Vice-Pres.; 
Student Senate; Blue Key; 
Pre-Law Society; A'Cappella 

Choir 



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Benjamin Philip Fielder 

Farmersville 

Business Administration 

Economics 

Kappa Sigma, Pres., Rush 
Chairman; Pre-Law Society; 
Spanish Club; Young Republicans 





Patricia Jane Fletcher 
Georgetown 
Elementary Education 

Independent Association; 
A'Cappella Choir; NEA 



Jon Michael Franks 

Marshall 

History 

Phi Delta Theta, Pledgemaster; 
Honor Council; Pi Delta Epsilon; 
Ruter Dormitory House Council; 
Maqazine Staff; Meqaphone Staff, 
Sports Editor; Blue Key 



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Delta Delta Delta, Corresponding 
Sec; Mask and Wig; Pi Delta 
Epsilon; WRA; NEA; 
Meqaphone Staff; Sou'wester 
Staff; Magazine Staff; Cardinal 
Key 



Carter Stone Havner 
Fort Worth 
History 
English 

Pi Gamma Mu, Vice-Pres.; 
SCA, Vice-Pres.; MSM, Vice-Pres. 
International Club, Publicity 
Chairman; German Club, 
Vice-Pres.; Blue Key; Who's Who 
Among Students in 
American Colleges and 
Universities 




Johnnie Gene Hutka 

Temple 

Biology 



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Judith Laurel Jones 
Dallas 

English 

Delta Delta Delta; WRA; 
German Club; 
Women's Panhellenic 





Alfred Whitney Kandeler 

Beaumont 

Philosophy 

Phi Delta Theta; SUB Governing 
Board; Student Senate; 
A'Cappella Choir; Blue Key 



Carolyn Jo Kent 

Orange 

Sociology 

Phi Mu, Beauty Nominee, Rush 
Captain, Pledge Class President; 
Kappa Phi; Student Senate; 
Young Republicans; 
Spanish Club; 
Women's Panhellenic 




Cherryl Rae Knippa 

Austin 

English 

Delta Delta Delta, Pledge Class 
Chaplain, Vice-Pres., Publicity 
Chairman, Rush Chairman; 
German Club, Sec; Honor 
Council; SUB Board, Sec, 
Co-Pres.; Alpha Chi, Vice-Pres., 
A' Cappella Choir; Dean's List; 
Who's Who Among Students in 
American Colleges and 
Universities; Student Government 
Executive Board; Nominee for 
Miss Southwestern 




Richard Eugene Lane 

Wichita Falls 

Business Administration 

Kappa Sigma, Treas.; 
Student Senate; Lettermen's 
Association; Spanish Club; 
Young Republicans; 
Intramural Sports 



Penney Lou Lang-ford 
Brownsville 
Elementary Education 

Delta Delta Delta, Beauty, Best 
Pledge, Historian, Chaplain, 
Scholarship Chairman, Leadership 
Award; SCA, Publicity Chairman; 
Student Senate, Student Welfare, 
Chairman of Freshman 
Orientation, Senator; NEA, 
Vice-Pres.; WRA, Bowling 
Chairman, Table Tennis Chairman, 
Member of Champion Bowling 
Team; Cardinal Key, Vice-Pres., 
Outstanding Freshman; Sou'wester 
Staff; Dean's List; Spanish Club 



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David McCanne Lemons 

Houston 

Business Administration 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Pres., Vice-Pres. 
Housemanaqer, Scholarship 
Chairman; Cheerleader; Honor 
Council; Senior Class Vice-Pres.; 
Interfraternity Council, Vice-Pres. 
SUB Dance Committee 



William Bryan Leonard 
Business Administration 
Economics 

Kappa Alpha, Pres.; 
Pre-Law Society 




Michael J. Lorfing 

Georgetown 

Art 

Art Association, Vice-Pres.; 
Magazine Staff, Art Editor; 
Sou'wester Staff; Southwestern 
Speleological Society 



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Kappa Alpha; Spanish Club 



Independent Association; 
MSM; Kappa Chi 



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Margaret Elsie McCallie 

Matador 

Art Education 

Delta Delta Delta, Sports Captain, 
Sponsor Chairman; Cheerleader; 
Intramural Sports; WRA, Council 
Member; Art Association; 
French Club 



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Robert Carral McDaniel 

Temple 

Biology 



Nancy Zee-Nee Ma 
Hong Kong, China 
Chemistry 

International Club; German Club 




Rosalind Rae Marshall 

Edinburg 

Psychology 

Independent Association; 
International Club; MSM; 
Young Democrats, Sec; 
Kurth Hall Counselor; Bronze 
Service Award while at Pan 
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Charlene Kay Miller 

Bellaire 

Drama 

Speech 

Delta Zeta; Mask and Wig; 

Pi Epsilon Delta; NEA; WRA; SCA 




Joanna Marie Morgan 

Austin 

English 

Delta Delta Delta, Scholarship 
Chairman, Chaplain; SCA, Social 
Chairman, Vice-Pres.; 
Student Senate, Election 
Chairman; French Club, Sec; 
Honor Council, Sec; Cardinal 
Key, Sec; NEA; Dean's List; 
Who's Who Among Students in 
American Colleges and 
Universities; Nominee for 
Miss Southwestern 



Alkis Joseph Mouradoglou 
Athens, Greece 
Mathematics 
Pre-Engineering 

Independent Association; 
International Club 



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Karen Lyle Munson 

Lockhart 

Music Education 

Alpha Chi; Southwestern 
University Band; Southwestern 
University Orchestra 



Judy Beth Nyquist 

Eldorado 

Elementary Education 

Independent Association, Girls' 
Contact, Program Chairman, Sec. 
Treas., Beauty Nominee, Sports 
Captain; WRA, Council; 
Sneed House Council; 
Laura Kuykendall House 
Council, Sec; MSM; NEA 




Linda Claire Olson 
Fort Worth 
Elementary Education 

Delta Zeta; Student Senate; 
MSM; SCA; NEA; WRA 



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Jose Luis Palos 

Harlingen 

Religion 

International Club; Alpha Chi; 
SCA; Kappa Chi., Pres., Mood 
Hall Contact; MSM; Blue Key 



Lynn Scott Patton 

Creenville 

Psychology 

Kappa Sigma, House Manager, 
Alumni Sec, Guard; Young 
Republicans; German Club; 
Intramural Sports; Volleyball Team 
Manager; Sou'wester Staff, 
Sports Editor; Dean's List 




Robert Bickley Pinckney 

Florence 

Religion 



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Walter Eugene Pinkston 

Houston 

Philosophy 

Independent Association; 
Kappa Chi; German Club; 
MSM; Mask and Wig 




Virgil Smith Ray 

Midland 

Business Administration 

Economics 

Kappa Alpha, Treas.; Pi Gamma 
Mu, Vice-Pres.; Pre-Law Society; 
Sou'wester Staff, Faculty Editor; 
Alpha Chi; Young Republicans; 
Pi Delta Epsilon; Megaphone 
Staff, Editor 



Steven Allen Raben 

Houston 

Business Administration 

Economics 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Pres., Treas., 
Pledgemaster, Rush Chairman, 
House Manager, Scholarship 
Chairman; Pre-Law Society; 
SUB Governing Board, 
Co-Chairman of Evaluation 
Committee, Co-Chairman of 
Forum Committee; Honor 
Council, Chairman, Discipline 
Committee Member; Executive 
Committee of Students 
Association; Mood Hall Dormitory 
Council, Pres.; Blue Key, 
Corresponding Secretary, 
Delegate to the National 
Convention; Men's Fraternity 
Council, Pres.; Inter-Fraternity 
Council, Pres.; Young Republicans, 
Publicity Chairman; Intramural 
Sports; Ruter Dormitory Council; 
Who's Who Among Students in 
American Colleges and 
Universities 



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William Thomas Reavis 

Florence 

Business Administration 



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Glenda Jane Roe 

Beeville 

Elementary Education 

Delta Delta Delta, Recording Sec. 
NEA, Sec; A'Cappella Choir; 
International Club, Sec, Treas.; 
SCA, Social Chairman; 
Kurth House Council, Sec; 
Cardinal Key; Dean's List; 
Student Senate, Election 
Chairman 




Joseph William Royce 

Tyler 

History 

Phi Delta Theta; Pi Gamma Mu; 
Lettermen's Association; 
German Club; Young Republicans; 
Pre-Law Society 



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William Benard Sandberg 

Austin 

Philosophy 

Independent Association, Pres., 
Program Chairman; SCA, Pres.; 
MSM, Pres., Vice-Pres.; Blue Key, 
Vice-Pres.; Who's Who Among 
Students in American Colleges 
and Universities; International 
Club; SUB Directorate; 
Orientation Leader; Kappa Chi; 
German Club 





Richard Clark Schmitt 
Fort Worth 
Biology 

Kappa Sigma, House Sergeant 
at Arms, Historian; German Club; 
Intramural Sports 



Joe Oliver Seeber 
Grand Prairie 
Business Administration 
Economics 

Lettermen's Association, 
Vice-Pres.; Basketball Team, 
Co-Captain, Captain 



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Carolyn Perkins Shimer 
Colorado City 
Chemistry 

Delta Delta Delta, Pres., Vice-Pres., 
Beauty Nominee; WRA; Cardinal 
Key, Vice-Pres.; Alpha Chi, 
Pres.; NEA; German Club, Sec; 
Science Society; Sou'wester Staff; 
Women's Advisory; Kurth 
Dormitory House Council, Pres.; 
Laura Kuykendall House Council, 
Vice-Pres.; Dean's List; Who's 
Who Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities 




Eleanor Adele Shult 

Columbus 

Religion 

Phi Mu, Pres., Assistant Rush 
Captain, Recommendations 
Chairman; WRA; SCA; Kappa 
Phi; Kappa Chi; 
Sou'wester Staff 



Barbara Lou Smith 

Dallas 

Speech 

Drama 

Alpha Delta Pi; Cardinal Key; 
Pi Delta Epsilon; Women's 
Panhellenic; Alpha Chi; Mask 
and Wig; Magazine Staff, Editor; 
NEA; Pi Epsilon Delta; SUB 
Governing Board, Member-at- 
large; Who's Who Among 
Students in American Colleges 
and Universities 



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Judith Ann Standley 

Madisonville 

English 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Beauty; Cardinal 
Key; Magazine Staff; Pi Epsilon 
Delta; Mask and Wig; SCA; 
WRA; Women's Panhellenic 




Mary Katharine Strickler 

Baytown 

Speech 

Drama 

Delta Zeta; Mask and Wig; 
WRA; Southwestern University 
Band; Pi Epsilon Delta 




Judith Mary Thornton 
Sulphur Springs 
Sociology 
English 

Delta Delta Delta 



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Janie Mabel Vaught 

San Antonio 

Art 

Phi Mu, Standards Chairman, 
Song Leader; A'Cappella Choir; 
NEA; Kappa Chi; SCA; Sneed 
House Council, Vice-Pres.; Art 
Association, Pres.; WRA 



Lynn Wang 

Kuala Lumpur, Malaya 

Chemistry 

Science Society, Vice-Pres.; 
International Club; German Club 




Jackie Carol Watson 

McAllen 

Elementary Education 

Alpha Delta Pi; NEA; Kappa Phi 



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Don Edward Welter 
Colorado City 
Mathematics 

N/ISM; Baseball Team 




Wilson Easby Whitmire 

Slidell 

Business Administration 

Economics 

Kappa Alpha; Basketball Team 




Barbara Jean Williams 

Floresville 

History 

Delta Zeta, Pres., Beauty; Alpha 
Chi, Sec; Pi Gamma Mu; MSM; 
Women's Panhellenic; Women's 
Advisory Council, Pres.; NEA; 
SCA; International Club; French 
Club; WRA; Dean's List; Who's 
Who Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities; 
Miss Southwestern Nominee 



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Robert Edwin Willis 

Longview 

Psychology 

Phi Delta Theta; Kappa Chi 




David Vandiver Wilson 

Temple 

History 

Kappa Sigma, Pres.; 
A'Cappella Choir 




Miles Kenan Womack 
Quincy, Florida 
Religion 

Kappa Alpha 



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Betty Marie Knauth Baker 

Houston 

Religion 



James Milton Croley 

Caldwell 

History 

Kappa Alpha; Pre-Law Society; 
Sou'wester Staff; Magazine Staff 



John Douglass Fisk 

Dallas 

History 

Secondary Education 
Independent Association 



Mask and Wig 



Beverly Jeanne Bingham 
Marquette, Michigan 
Elementary Education 

Phi Mu, Treas., Sec, Registrar; 
NEA; WRA; Laura Kuykendall 
Dormitory House Council; 
Southwestern University Band 



George Edward Dunkin 
San Antonio 
Music Education 

Phi Delta Theta; Southwestern 
University Band; Southwestern 
University Orchestra 



Michael Lowry Garrett 
Wichita Falls 
Business Administration 
Economics 

Kappa Sigma, House Manager, 
Corresponding Sec, Public 
Relations Chairman; Pre-Law 
Society; Young Republicans; 
Intramural Football 



Richard Marion Browning 

Houston 

Chemistry 

Biology 

Independent Association; 
Assembly Committee 



Clarice Lillian Coffey 
Texas City 
Elementary Education 

Phi Mu, Pres., Beauty, Social 
Chairman, Scholarship Committee; 
Women's Panhellenic, Pres.; 
Inter-Fraternity Council; 
Canterbury Association, Pres.; 
NEA; Mask and Wig; French Club 



Sandra Elizabeth Elliott 

Georgetown 

Drama 

Speech 

Alpha Delta Pi, Pres.; 
Mask and Wig; Alpha Chi; 
Cardinal Key; Pi Epsilon Delta; 
Women's Advisory; Dean's List; 
Winner of Dames Club Scholarship 
Award; Winner of Goosetree- 
Morgan Acting Award; Winner of 
Sidney T. Blackburn, Sr. Bible 
Reading Prize; Who's Who 
Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities; 
Nominee for Miss Southwestern 



Ashley Green Finnie 

Georgetown 

Mathematics 



James Edward Giese 

Houston 

Physical Education 

Basketball Team, Co-Captain; 
Lettermen's Association, Treas. 
Student Coach in Basketball 



Billy Lynn Giles 

Baytown 

History 

Secondary Education 

Ministerial Association 



Warren Moore Conerly 

Liberty 

Sociology 



Glenda Benson Greer 

Morgan 

Elementary Education 

Delta Zeta, Beauty Nominee; 
Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl 
Nominee 



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James David Guess 
Georgetown 
Physical Education 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Sports Captain; 
Megaphone Staff, Advertising 
Editor 



John William Hollingsworth 

Odessa 

Biology 

Kappa Sigma; German Club; 
Intramural Sports 



Gary Hood Mobley 

McNeil 

English 

French Club 



Lecil Brison Hander 

Belton 

Psychology 

Independent Association, 
Program Chairman, Song Leader; 
Science Society, Pres., Vice-Pres.; 
International Club; SCA; Dean's 
List; German Club; MSM; 
Southwestern University Band; 
Southwestern University Orchestra 



Jay Huntley Kenesson 

Woodville 

History 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Student Senate, 
Pres., Treas.; Blue Key; 
Young Republicans; French Club; 
Delegate to National Students' 
Association Congress; Delegate 
to Texas Intercollegiate Students' 
Association; Students' Association, 
Pres.; A'Cappella Choir; Who's 
Who Among Students in 
American Colleges and 
Universities 



Ernest Nieto 

Houston 

Physical Education 

Kappa Alpha; Lettermen's 
Association; Basketball Team 



Robert Anthony Penick 

Georgetown 

Music Education 



Kay Christine Hays 

Freeport 

Mathematics 

Delta Zeta; German Club; 
WRA; Kappi Phi 



Harold Merritt Hitt 

Midland 

Business Administration 

Economics 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



Jimmy Ray Lazenby 
Highlands 
Sacred Music 

Kappa Alpha; German Club; 
Southwestern University Band; 
Southwestern University Orchestra; 
A'Cappella Choir; American 
Guild of Organ 



Mary Gordon Lynch 

Bellaire 

Music Education 



Kappa Alpha; Southwestern 
University Band; Southwestern 
University Orchestra; Concert 
Band; Sou'wester Staff, Faculty 
Editor 



Alan Derek Share 
Annandale, Virginia 
Drama 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Mask and Wig, 
Pres., Member of the Board of 
Directors; American National 
Theater Academy; Pi Epsilon 
Delta; Blue Key; Who's Who 
Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities 



Delta Zeta; Delta Omicron; 
WRA; Mask and Wig; SCA; 
ACappella Choir 
Intramural Sports 



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Corpus Christi 

Alaine Fay Anderson 
Taylor 

Roberto Eduardo Ardaya 
Cochabamba, Bolivia 



George Harold Bailey 
Raymondville 

Suzanne Alice Banta 
El Paso 

Rebecca Ann Barnes 
San Angelo 



Laneill Dorothea Barnes 
Bryan 

David Walter Bauguess 
Fort Worth 

Linda Sue Bennison 
La Marque 




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Houston 

Beverly Bigham 
Lubbock 

John Martin Brockman 
Rockdale 



Roger Norris Brown 
Fort Worth 

Sara Ann Burgin 
Dickinson 

Linda Lou Driskell Butler 
Crockett 



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Anthony Clay Cecil 
Nacogdoches 

Virginia Ven See Chou 
Hong Kong, China 

William Reed Collins 
Dallas 



William Harris Connor 
Houston 

Constance Cooper 
Houston 

John William Cox 
San Antonio 





Judy Davis 
Sweetwater 

Thomas Edward Dillon 
New Braunfels 

Eugene Allen Domel 
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Paul Edwin Earls 
Houston 

David Easley 
Houston 

Spyros Economides 
Athens, Greece 



Ann Clay Elkins 
College Station 

John William Evans 
Frakes, Kentucky 

Nancy Elizabeth Frazer 
Bellaire 



Gretchen Holmes Garrett 
Denison 

Mary Ruth Goodloe 
Searcy, Arkansas 

Dwight Leroy Haley 
Tyler 





Karen Mae Hamme 
Edinburg 

Kathleen Doyle Harris 
Houston 

John Thomas Hensley 
Irving 



Nicky Jo Huestis 
Taft 

Carlita Hughes 
San Antonio 

Patricia Ann Hutchison 
South Houston 



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Troy Ann Israel 
Lake Jackson 

Kay Karol Jackson 
Houston 

Larry Rankin Jones 
Victoria 



Helen Georgette Katool 
San Antonio 

Dorothy Lou Kidwell 
Phoenix, Arizona 

Carolyn King 
Dallas 





Jerry Joe Knauff 
Rochester, Indiana 

Carol Marie Lane 
Ferguson, Missouri 

Clarence James Lemmond 
La Marque 



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Thomas Lynn 


Loftin 


Houston 




Ann Ramsey 


Mast 


Midland 




Mary Carmen Matheny 


Tulsa, Oklahoma 


Rebecca Sue 


Mays 


Freeport 




James Stanle 


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Dallas 




Molly Michae 


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Sue Gale Mock 
La Porte 

Harvey Clifton Moffett 
San Antonio 

Clarke Harton Morian 
Beaumont 









Joseph Spinks Mundy 
Houston 

Lyndel Wayne Murph 
San Antonio 

Ronald Roy Patterson 
Grand Prairie 



Patricia Jean Perry 
Lake Jackson 

Donald Wade Randal 
Victoria 

Raul Santos 
Robstown 



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James Robert Smith 
Pasadena 

Lelia Ada Smyth 
Amarillo 

Frank Henry Spellmann 
Cuero 



Charles Abram Sumners 
Austin 

Patricia Sue Tanner 
Ducanville 

William Paul Thomas 
Richards 





Diana Trevino 
San Antonio 

Roy Knox Tyson 
Houston 

Harold Ray Vogler 
Georgetown 



The Turn of the Screw by pb. 




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Patrick Wade 
Bay City 

John Melton Wallace 
Houston 

Marcella Wichman 
Lufkin 



Perry Louise Williams 
Pasadena 

Linda Janine Wilson 
Palestine 

James Russell Winn 
Uvalde 









Lawrence Pi-Yang Wong 
Hong Kong, China 

Georgia Ann Wynne 
Kirbyville 



Becky Bee and her charming girls . . 




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Pete Aleman 
Georgetown 

Suzanne Barton 
Calvert 

Gladys Earlene Basey 
Pasadena 



Martha Lillian Beard 
Bryan 

William Harry Beatty 
Houston 

Clementine Helen Boettcher 
Elgin 



Robert Orion Bost 
Georgetown 

James Thomas Brazelton 
Texas City 

Janet Ann Bridges 
Houston 





Linda Ruth Burton 
Longview 

Janis Sue Chiles 
San Antonio 

Mary Ann Clendenin 
Dallas 



William Dana Colegrove 
Lake Jackson 

Linora Jane Conklin 
Ozona 

Cornelia Helen Conn 
Kirbyville 



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Thomas Edward Connolly 
Ingleside 

Lynette Cornitius 
Houston 

Betha Idella Cox 
Luling 



John Carrington Cox 
Houston 

Robin Clyde Crow 
San Antonio 

Charlotte Ann Darden 
Mabank 





Eugene Stewart Davis 
Nashville, Tennessee 

Frances Dickson 
Austin 

Elmer Ray Duke 
Houston 



The All-School Western Dance was held 
the night after rush was over. 




69 




Dinah Lake Dunn 
Alice 

Gerald David Everett 
Houston 

Nancy Carolyn Fagala 
Elsa 



Patricia Jo Fairbend 
Houston 

Thomas Morgan Ferguson 
Bryan 

Richard Carrington Finch 
Nashville, Tennessee 



James Harold Fischer 



Kin 



gsville 



Elliott Galetin Flowers 
Houston 



Lee William Fr 
Houston 



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Judith Ruie Gilbert 
Houston 

Carolyn Ann Granberry 
Dallas 

Marjorie Faye Gross 
San Angelo 



Karen Eileen Guinn 
Houston 

Jack Thomas Gulledge 
San Antonio 

Mary Virginia Hamilton 
Palestine 



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Mellwood Thomas Hamilton 
Houston 

David Arthur Harley 
San Antonio 

James Henry Herbert 
Marble Falls 



Carolyn Kay House 
Three Rivers 

Paula Ann Huestis 
Taft 

Marcia Ann Johnson 
Orange 




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Sarah Elizabeth Jordan 
Jasper 

Wadie Jabra Khoury 
Haifa, Israel 

Carolyn Sue Kilgore 
Mount Pleasant 



Pat, Carolyn Kinney won't pledge Alpha 
Delta Pi with that type of persuasion. 




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75 




Myra Kay Kilpatrick 
Houston 

Kenneth Earl Kowen 
Lake Jackson 

Joan Marie Krause 
Copperas Grove 



Myra Frances Kunkel 
Brenham 

Larry Alan Lacy 
Devine 

Rebecca Ann Lawson 
Waco 



Judith Anne Ledbetter 
Dallas 

George Warden Lenehan 
San Antonio 

Robert Michael Little 
Houston 





Judith Belle Love 
Del Rio 

Ramona Marie Lowman 
Floresville 

Patricia Colleen Loyd 
Bryan 



Ruth Ann Loyd 
Waco 

Susan Huntting Luckel 
Houston 

Tanna Gail McClung 
Vernon 



76 



Karen Ann McDonald 
Wichita Falls 

Janet Susan McMahan 
Houston 

Suzanne Manatt 
Houston 



Sharron Sue Marshall 
Victoria 

Merry Ann Martin 
San Antonio 

Roily Terry Mashburn 
Fort Worth 





Margaret Irene Maxted 
Houston 

Sandra Lynne Morrow 

Houston 

Patricia Nell Mowat 
Dallas 



The motto of Delta Delta Delta is "Be 
Prepared." 




77 




Eileen Ann Munson 
Lockhart 

Sandra Ann, Murphree 
Dickinson 

Lanny Dean Naegelin 
New Braunfels 



Martha Lynn Neely 
San Benito 

John Walter Nicholson 
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 

Marjorie Ann O'Banon 
Lometa 



Sally Elizabeth Oliver 
Hondo 

Susan Gene Peacock 
Dallas 

Sandra Kay Pennington 
Georgetown 





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Patrick Irwin Peters 
Houston 

Thomas Eugene Petrosky 
Georgetown 

Jack Howard Philbrick 
Robstown 



Robert Lane Powell 
Dallas 

Donald Earl Pryor 
Baytown 

Frances Anne Rawlings 
Tyler 



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Jo Katherine Ray 
McAllen 

John Snell Robertson 
Houston 

John Allen Robinson 
Houston 



Carol Ann Roscheni 
San Antonio 

Sandra Kay Roscheni 
San Antonio 

Dorothy Karen Kaye Rydel 
Georgetown 





Glenn Autry Sandlin 
Luflcin 

Richard Lee Secrest 
Corpus Christi 

Ray Strieber Simecek 
YorLtown 



It's Becky Bee and her girls again . 




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Charlotte Speer 
Los Fresnos 

Alvin Michael Spiekerman 
Edroy 

John Thomas Standifer 
Abilene 



Emmie Key Stevens 
Fort Worth 

Beverly Kay Stewart 
Sandy 

John Frederick Sullivan 
Woodville 



George Miles Tidwell 
Houston 

Don Rowland Trompler 
Dallas 

Griffin Duff Vance 
Houston 





Charles Rodger Voluse 
Baltimore, Maryland 

Thomas Clestle Waggoner 
Taylor 

William Loweel Wall 
Houston 



Jo Merrily Watkins 
Groves 

Wilma Kathryn Weimer 
Palacios 

Donna Lynne Welch 
Devine 



Francis Jesse Williams 
Houston 

Roberta Allene Wisler 
Houston 

Elise Ann Zerr 
San Antonio 





Another episode in the life of "Young 
Dr. Malone." 




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Archibald Gray Adams 
Austin 

James Mervyn Adams 
Dallas 

James Edward Aderhold 
San Antonio 



Daniel Aleman 
Georgetown 

Janice Marie Alexander 
Houston 

William Greenfield Alger 
Houston 



Alice Ann Allen 
George West 

Janet Louise Allen 
Houston 

John Franklin Allen 
Houston 





Ann Alloway 
Houston 

Sompong Amornvivat 
Bangkok, Thailand 

Karen Bernice Anderegg 
Fredericksburg 



Ellen Smith Arnim 
Houston 

Clare Lynn Arnold 
Pearland 

John Mason Atkin 
Georgetown 



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Richard Daniel Atkinson 
Houston 

Elois Jean Bagley 
Vernon 

Samuel Howard Baird 
Grand Prairie 



Dolores Baker 
Olmito 

Frank Ethan Ball 
Orange 

Laura Alice Barnhart 
Temple 




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William Blaine Basham 
Macy, Indiana 

Sylvia Clare Beatty 
Corpus Christi 

Mary Dianne Berry 
Cleburne 



Janice Alexander spends much time 
in her practice room in the FAB . . . 
as do most music majors. 




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Linda M. Elizabeth Birdwel 
Beaumont 

Zelda Sue Bitner 
Kennard 

Dan King Blacklock 
La Marque 



Marita Blanton 
Beaumont 

Dorothy Jean Bohmfalk 
Weslaco 

Elizabeth Georgeine Bonjour 
Houston 



Robert John Brandes 
East Bernard 

William Gunther Brock 

Dallas 

Gay Brown 
San Antonio 





Mary Jeannette Brown 
Houston 

Sharon Ann Brown 
Corpus Christi 

Danny Duane Bruce 
Perryton 



Alice Ross Bryant 
Olton 

Pamela Marie Byrd 
Bryan 

William Benjamin Calhoun 
Houston 



86 



William Lee Carter 
Dallas 

June Strang Chase 
Midland 

Janet Diane Christian 
Austin 



Carla Sue Clemans 
San Antonio 

James Earl Colley 
Baytown 

Carolyn Cooper 
Houston 





Loy Beth Copeland 
Luf kin 

James Steven Couch 
Carlsbad, New Mexico 

Dianne Elizabeth Craig 
Uvalde 



Marita Blanton proudly accepts the 
Kappa Alpha Pledge Derby trophy 
for the Phi Mus ... congratulations! 




87 




Nelda Ruth Day 
Baytown 

Wyndell Henry Deats 
Dickinson 

Carol Ardell Dengler 
Beaumont 



James Henry Derr 
Orange 

Carl Hill DeWolfe 
Bay City, 

Douglas Howard Doolittle 
San Antonio 



Janet Ann Durst 
College Station 

Sharla Elizabeth Earl 
El Campo 

Betty Gene Eastman 
Bay City 





Dane Edward Evans 
Georgetown 

Joel Harold Fagan 
Houston 

Constance Chung Sun Fang 
Singapore, Malaya 



Pamela Fannin 
Tyler 

Charlotte Ruth Felder 
Huntsville 

Sandra Ann Frederick 
Bellaire 



Linda Kay Frier 
Franklin 

John Randall Frizzell 
Houston 

Carol Lynn Garrett 
Englewood, Colorado 



Charlie Sue Garrett 
Santa Anna 

Jasper Patrick Garrett 
Wichita Falls 

Rassoul Najaf Ghadimi 
Tehran, Iran 





William Gillette Gill 
Corpus Christi 

Donna Lou Goodenough 
Corpus Christi 

Carol Ann Greenwood 
Calvert 



Five of the Zeta's "closet cases. 




89 




Lester Hampton Haines 

Austin 

Lamar William Hankins 
Port Arthur 

Raymond Carter Harlan 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 







Lynn Harris Greer 
Houston 

Jan Wichert Grether 
Houston 

Emily Ann Griffin 
Houston 



James Clayton Grisso 
Stafford 

Abderrahman Guessous 
Azrou, Morocco 

William Walsh Hagerty 
Austin 






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Austin Gage Harris 
Dallas 

Thomas Neal Harrison 
San Antonio 

Ronald Thomas Helton 
Houston 



Angus Gustavus Hendrick 
Houston 

Ruth Danette Hill 
Conroe 

William Farrel Hill 
Austin 



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Sandra Holland 
Beaumont 

Deanna Kay Holm 
Pecos 

John Michael Holt 
Dallas 



Melody Ann Hudson 
Houston 

Penny Sue Hull 
Houston 

Dale Hunt 
Cookville 









James William Hunter 
Houston 

James Howell leidler 
Houston 

Shirley Ann Insall 
Freeport 



". . . and did you know that money 
grows on trees?" 




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Luther Paul Israel 
San Benito 

Paul Henry Jahnke 
Houston 

Camilla Patricia James 
Houston 



Kay Graham Johnson 
San Antonio 

James Harold Jones 
League City 

Melvin Ronald Kettler 
Brenham 



Phyllis Lee Kidson 
Houston 

Karen Lambuth King 
Beaumont 

Carolyn Elizabeth Kinney 
Houston 




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Beverly Jeanne Land 
Dallas 

George Gordon Langston 
Houston 

Dinah Christy Ledbetter 
Austin 



Karen Ann Leichliter 
Midland 

Carole Sue Loftiss 
Dallas 

John Larry Lowman 
Floresville 



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Carol Diane Lowery 
Houston 

Kenneth Dale McAllister 
Fort Stockton 

Thomas Wayne McCollum 
Liberty Hill 



Joseph Henry McCorkle 
Sulphur Springs 

Marilyn Lee McCullough 
Midland 

Linda Alene McFarlin 
San Antonio 






Floyd Wayne McGilvary 
Fort Worth 

Zettie Sue McNeese 
Round Rock 

Lydia Zee-Lun Ma 
Hong Kong, China 



'Where the boys are." 




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Janet Manford 
Smiley 

Linda Manning 
Bishop 

Gloria Kay Maresh 
Houston 



Ronald Barry Martin 
Lytle 

Joann Delherbe Marx 
Houston 

Helen Mae Medley 
Houston 



Lou Ellen Menefee 
Center 

Carmen Louisa Mercado 
Austin 

Karol Gene Miller 
Nederland 





Sue Zanne Miller 
Houston 

Mary Patricia Moffitt 
Wichita Falls 

Carolyn Mood 

Pacific Palisades, California 



Judith Ann Moor 
Anahuac 

Bronwen Morgan 
Austin 

George William Morrison 
Alice 



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Jane Murtishaw 
La Porte 

Robert Alton Neubauer 
Waco 

Margaret Frances Nixon 
San Antonio 



Truman J. Odiorne 
Johnson City 

Jean David Oliver 
Columbus 

Roberta Ann O'Nei 
Carrollton 






Lindsy Escoe Pack 
Garrison 

Ed Vick Parker 
Houston 

Amanda Joyce Partain 
Georgetown 



"Please, Massa! I'll have 'dem pledge 
fees by 'de fust of de month!" 





Trilby Eileen Paxton 
Beaumont 

V Drina Raznatovic Petricevic 

La Paz, Bolivia 



James Vance Phillips 
Odessa 



Anne Bailey Porter 
San Antonio 

Farrokh Niroomand Rad 
Tehran, Iran 

Alice Almeda Radde 
Meridian 



John Woodham Raish 
La Porte 

Jack Roberts Ramsey 
Dallas 

Russell John Ramsey 
Houston 





Dennis Hershall Rea 
Killeen 

Mary Catherine Reed 
Austin 

Sanford Christian Reed 
Mabank 



Elizabeth Ann Reimer 
Houston 

Claudia Ruth Renick 
Fort Worth 

Barbara Kathleen Riser 
George West 



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Carol Ann Roark 
Wichita Falls 

William Kirk Robinson 
Alice 

Elaine Rogers 
Waco 



Walter David Rust- 
New Braunfels 

Janie Elizabeth Sandall 
Houston 

William Randolph Savage 
Houston 






Karen Dianne Schmidt 
Boerne 

Sandra Lynn Schramm 
Houston 

Walter Stephen Schubert 
Houston 



'm sorry . . . but, I was so hungry!" 



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Diane Lynn Scott 
San Antonio 

Jerold David Scott 
Houston 

John Wade Sechrist 
Corpus Christi 



Betty Daurice Sewell 
Belton 

Rex Melvin Shepperd 
Houston 

James Scott Shively 
Houston 



Judith Barry Simmons 
Lubbock 

Dorothy Slaughter 
Dallas 

Henry George Smith 
Sulphur Springs 






Judith Eileen Smith 
Houston 

Robert Thornton Smith 
Dallas 

Sue Margaret Smith 
Odessa 



Sonja Karin Sollie 
Houston 

Susan Sommer 
Brenham 

Jean Elizabeth Stokes 
Dallas 



100 



Leslie Caldwell Strange 
Fort Worth 

Wade Graham Sullivan 
Crockett 

Richard Eric Sweet 
Houston 



Joseph Daniel Swick 
Dallas 

Phyllis Jan Tadlock 
Waco 

John Arthur Thomason 
Fort Worth 





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Kaaren Sue Van Amburgh 
Houston 

Bette Jeanne Vaughn 
Bishop 

John Ingram Walker 
Randolph Air Force Base 



Three out of four wear "Fruit of the 
Loom." 




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Jerralyn Maye Wall 
Dickinson 

Karen Louise Ward 
Tomball 

Nana Lucyle Watson 
Los Fresnos 



Carol Lea Weise 
Bellaire 

Jane Wheat 
Beaumont 

Robert Lynn White 
La Porte 



Anita Elizabeth Wiggs 






Houston 






Sarah Elisabeth Wilkes 


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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 






Carolyn Maureen Williams 




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William Allan Williams 
Houston 

Danna Joy Will ia 
Houston 

Jo Ella Windes 
San Antonio 



John Marcy Winn 
Uvalde 

Wilton Eugene Woods 

Seguin 

Melanie Eileen Wright 
Baytown 



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Fredrick Michael Young 
Lufkin 

Daryl Elizabeth Zimmerman 
Bellaire 





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These faces 
show that 
our profes- 
sors put the 
hearts and 
minds into 
their work. 
Search these 
faces. You 
will find 
enthusiasm, 
scholarship, 
character, 
experience, 
and love for 
their work 
and their 
students. 



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John Vernon Berglund 



Dean of Men 








Martha Mitten Allen 
Dean of Women 

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The College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Fine 
Arts work together to produce at Southwestern an in- 
tellectual and spiritual environment, in which the whole 
personality of the student may develop to its fullest. It 
is the function of the university to develop mature, re- 
sourceful individuals, excellent in person as well as in 
scholarship. 

The academic work of the college is carried on through 
three divisions which correspond to the main areas of 
human thought! Divisional organization facilitates admin- 
istration and curriculum planning but is not taken to in- 
dicate that academic endeavors exist in isolated com- 
partments. The divisions of the College of Arts and 
Sciences include the Division of the Humanities, the Di- 
vision of Social Sciences, and the Division of Natural and 
Applied Sciences. 




Fredrick Burr Clifford 

Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences 



The purpose of the School of Fine Arts is to prepare stu- 
dents professionally in art, music, or drama. The student 
will be reguired to show evidence of a high degree of 
proficiency in creative performance, undergirded by in- 
tellectual activities pertinent to his particular field. Con- 
tributing to the artistic and personal development of the 
student are such liberal arts subjects as will give him 
breadth and intellectual solidity. 

The second purpose is to provide opportunities for any 
interested student in the university to participate in class, 
studio, and organizational activities of the School of Fine 
Arts. 

Finally the purpose of the School of Fine Arts is to func- 
tion as an aesthetic and cultural force for the university, 
the community, and the Southwest. 




John David Richards 

Dean of the School of Fine Arts 



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Frederick Burr Clifford 

Professor and Head of the Department of English 

Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 

A.B., Northern Michigan College 

B.D., Oberlin Graduate School of Theology 

A.M., and Ph.D., University of Michigan 




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Ruth Morgan Ferguson 

Professor of English 

Dean of Women, Emeritus 1955 

A.B., A.M., Southwestern University 

Graduate study, University of Chicago and 

Columbia University 
Dean of Women, 1937-1955, 1958-1960 



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Jane Brown McCook 

Instructor in English (part time) 
B.A., A.M., Southwestern University 



Edward P. Mangum 

Assistant Professor of English 
B.A., East Texas State College 
M.A., Catholic University of America 
Graduate study, American University 







Elizabeth Gentry Hayes 
Assistant Professor of English 
A.B., San Jose State College 
A.M., Graduate study, Stanford University 



Jeff H. Campbell 

Assistant Professor of English 

A. A., Lam^ar College 

B.A., Southern Methodist University 

B.D., Perkins School of Theology 

Ph.D., Duke University 





Eb Carl Girvin 

Professor and Head of the Department of Biology 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D., The University of Texas 



Gordon Bloomfield Wolcott 

Professor of Biology 

B.S., M.S., Ph.D., University of Virginia 





Edwin M. Lansford 

Assistant Professor of Bio-chemistry 

B.A., Rice University 

B.A., U.C.L.A. 

M.A., University of Texas 

Ph.D., University of Texas 

Graduate study, University of Illinois 



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Sherman D. Lesesne 

Professor and Head of the Department of Chemistry 
Chairman of the Division of Natural and Applied Sciences 
B.S., South Texas State College 
A.M., Southwestern University 
Ph.D., The University of Texas 



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Edgar White Keith 

Instructor in Natural Sciences and Director of 

Chemistry Laboratories (part time) 
A.B., A.M., The University of Texas 





John Campbell Sodbey 

Professor of Chemistry, Retired 

A.B.. A.M., Central College 

Graduate study, University of Missouri, Vanderbilt 

University, and University of Leipzig 
Sc.D., McMurray College 



Joseph Earl Rose 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

B.S., Memphis State University 

M.S., and Graduate study, University of Mississippi 

Ph.D., University of Mississippi 



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Jimmy Thorne Gottwald 

Assistant Professor of Physics 
B.S., Baylor University 
M.S., Baylor University 



Joe Earl Stover 

Teaching Fellow in Physics 

B.S., Southwestern University 

Graduate study, Michigan State University 





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Ralph Martin Whitmore 

Professor and Head of the Department of 

Mathematics and General Engineering 
A.B., University of San Antonio 
A.M., and Graduate study, The University of Texas 



Mary Elizabeth Wilcox 
Associate Professor of Mathematics 
A.B., A.M., Southwestern University 
Graduate study, The University of Texas 



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Hamilton McCoy 
ssociate Professor of Foreign Languages 
.B., Drury College 
.M., University of Nebraska 
raduate study, Columbia University 



zlizabeth Piatt Beaver 

distant Professor of Foreign Languages 

(part time) 
\.B., A.M., Southwestern University 















Denes Monostory 

Associate Professor and Acting Head of the 

Department of Foreign Languages 
A.B., St. Olaf College 
M.A., and Graduate study, The University of Texas 







Viola Herr 

Assistant Professor of French 

A.M., Radcliffe Graduate School 

B.A., Pembroke College, Brown University 



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Frank Edward Luksa 

Professor and Head of the Department of Sociology 

A.B., University of Texas 

Ph.D., Charles University, Prague 



Oscar Alvin Ullrich 

Professor and Head of the Department of Psychology 
Dean Emeritus of the College of Arts and Sciences 
A.B., A.M., and Ph.D., University of Texas 






David Karl Switzer 

University Chaplain and Assistant Professor 

of Psychology 
A.B., Southwestern University 
B.D., Emory University 
M.A., The University of Texas 
Graduate study, Claremont College Graduate 

School and Southern California School of Theology 



William Douglas Hooker 
Assistant Professor of Psychology 
A.B., Wofford College 
M.A., Wayne State University 
Ph.D., The University of Texas 




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Martha Mitten Allen 

Assistant Professor of History 

A.B., M.A., Southern Methodist University 



Forrest E. Ward 

Associate Professor of History 

B.S., M.S., North Texas State College 

Ph.D., University of Texas 





Frederick Ernest Gaupp 
Professor of History and Government 
Humanistic Gymnasium, Freiburg and Koenigsberg 
Ph.D., University of Breslau 




George C. Hester 

Professor, The Lucy King Chair of History 

Head of the Department of History and Government 

Chairman of the Division of Social Sciences 

A.B., North Texas State College 

A.M., Colorado State College of Education 

Graduate study, University of Colorado, and 

University of Texas 
L.L.D., Oklahoma City University 





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Ludwig Herman Merzbach 
Professor and Head of the Department of 

Economics and Business Administration 
Doctor of Economics and Political Science, 

University of Berlin 






Samuel J. Litzler 

Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics 

and Business Administration 
B.B.A., M.A., Texas A. & M. 






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Elizabeth Riley Lundblad 

Assoc ate Professor of Economics and 

Business Administration 
B.S., East Texas State College 
A.M., Texas Christian University 
Graduate study, University of Texas 



Harvey D. Watts 

Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy 
Director of Town and Country Work 
A.B., Southwestern University 
B.D., A.M., Southern Methodist University 
Graduate study, University of Chicago, LSU, 
University of Texas 



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John Nelson Russell Score 

Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy 
A.B., Southwestern University 
B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute 
Graduate study, Duke University 




Norman Woods Spellmann 

Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy 

A.B., Southwestern University 

B.D., Southern Methodist University 

Ph.D., Yale University 




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Edmund Howard S+eelman 

Professor, The Bishop Seth Ward Chair of Bible and 

Religion 
Head of the Department of Religion and Philosophy 
Chairman of the Division of Humanities 
Th.B., Eastern Baptist Seminary 
B.S. in Ed., Teachers College, Temple University 
S.T.B., S.T.M., S.T.D., Temple University, School of 

Theology 
Graduate study, New York University 



John Vernon Berglund 

Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy 
A.B., B.D., A.M., Southern Methodist University 
Graduate study, Columbia University, Pacific School of 
Religion, Denver University, and Duke University 



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Judson Samuel Custer 

Professor of Education and Psychology 
Head of the Department of Education 
B.M., M.M., North Texas State University 
Ed.D., The University of Texas 



Thomas P. Jones 
Associate Professor of Education 
B.S., Sam Houston State College 
M.Ed., Ph.D., The University of Texas 



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Sarita Soto Zajicek 

Professor of Education 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D., The University of Texas 



Irene Whiteside Deupree 

Associate Professor and Head of the Department 

of Home Economics 
B.S., North Texas State University 
A.M., Texas Woman's University 
Graduate study, The University of Texas 





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Myron H. Dees 

Associate Professor of Physical Education and Coach 

B.S., Southwestern University 

M.Ed.. The University of Texas 

Graduate study, The University of Texas 



Randolph M. Medley 

Director of Athletics 

Professor and Head of the Department of 

Physical Education 
A.B., Missouri Wesleyan College 
A.M., Southwestern University 



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Joan Askew 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 
B.S., Gulf Park Junior College and Alabama 

Polytechnic Institute 
M.S., University of Tennessee 




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Robert L. Lancaster 

Associate Professor and the Head of the 

Department of Art 
B.F.A., University of Texas 
M.A., University of New Mexico 



Neal T. Putman 

Assistant Professor of Art 
Painting and Graphics 
B.F.A., University of Oklahoma 
M.A., University of New Mexico 



Roland Angus Springer 

Professor and Head of the Department of 

Drama and Speech 
A.B., Ozark Wesleyan College 
A.B., State University of Iowa 
A.M., Northwestern University 
Ph.D., New York University 



Charles Sayle Taylor 

Assistant Professor of Drama and Speech 

B.F.A., M.F.A., The University of Texas 




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R. Cochrane Penick 

Associate Professor and Head of the Department 

of Organ and Sacred Music 
A.B., University of Texas 
Certificate in Organ 
Sac.Mus.M., Union Theological Seminary 



Thomas C. Douglass 

Professor and Head of the Department of 

String Instruments 
B.Mus., M.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University 
Graduate study, U.C.L.A. 



John David Richards 

Professor and Head of the Department of 

Music Education 
Dean of the School of Fine Arts 
B.F.A., M.M.Ed., University of Oklahoma 
Graduate study, Northwestern University 



George E. Nelson 

Director of the Band 

Associate Professor of Instrumental Music Education 

B.M.Ed., Southwestern University 

M.Mus., The University of Texas 



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Drusilla Huffmaster 

Associate Professor and Head of the Department 

of Piano 
Artist-in-residence 
Dipioma, Juilliard Graduate School, Juilliard School 

of Music 



lola Bowden Chambers 

Associate Professor of Piano and Music Theory 
B.F.A., A.B., Southwestern University 
M.Mus. and Graduate study, Cincinnati 
Conservatory of Music 



Wendell Lincoln Osborn 

Professor and Head of the Department of Voice 

B.M., DePauw University 

M.Mus., Chicago Musical College 

Graduate study, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music 





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Isaac Joel McCook 

Vice-President, Finance 



William Graves Blanfon 

Vice-President, Development and Public Relations 




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E. C. True 
Auditor 



Marguerite Dolan 
Secretary to the Vice President 





Mary Elizabeth Fox 
Director of Publicity and 
the Ex-students' Association 



Howard A. Long 

Director of Admissions 





Marjorie Beech 
Assistant to the President 



David Switzer 
University Chaplain 



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Louise Racier 

Cashier 



Gene Saul Klein 

Assistant Registrar 




Mildred Gervasi 
Librarian 



Connie Clendenin 

Director of the SUB 




Edith Elizabeth Williams 
Dietitian 



Bonnie E. Kirby, RN. 
McCook-Crain Clinic 




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The forerunner of Southwestern University was chartered as Ruters- 
ville College in 1840. Southwestern is related also to Wesleyan 
College, San Augustine, 1844; McKenzie College, Clarksville, 1848; 
and Soule University, Chappell Hill, 1856. 

By action of the five Texas Methodist Conferences a central univer- 
sity was planned and located at Georgetown. The institution re- 
opened in 1873 and was named Texas University. In 1875 the univer- 
sity assumed its present name. The graduates of the Texas institutions 
which preceded the present university enjoy all the privileges and 
honors of other graduates of Southwestern. Southwestern is Texas' 
oldest university. 

Southwestern University is located at Georgetown, Texas, a city 
with a population of 6,000. Georgetown is twenty-six miles north of 
Austin on the main line of the MK&T Railroad, and is served by 
highways 81 and 29, with bus connections available. 

The grounds of the university comprise altogether more than five 
hundred acres within and adjoining the corporate limits of George- 
town. During recent years the campus has been beautified by the 
planting of trees, the building of walks, and the installation of a 
sprinkler system. On the campus and convenient to the dormitories 
are the tennis courts, Snyder Field, and athletic fields for all intra- 
mural sports. 



Most of the buildings on the Southwestern campus are constructed 
of native limestone. Some of the buildings are very old, such as the 
Administration Building, completed in 1898, and some of the build- 
ings are very new, such as Kurth Dormitory, completed in 1962. 
The newest building is the President's Home which was completed 
this past summer. 



The Administration Building was completed in 1898. It is a three- 
story structure of white limestone. This building houses the adminis- 
trative offices and classrooms. Some of the classrooms are new 
modern language laboratories and others are equipped with tele- 
vision sets for television conducted classes. 



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The Bishops Memorial Union, erected in 1958 and honoring the six 
Methodist bishops from the alumni and staff of Southwestern University, 
is a magnificent limestone structure which provides modern recreational 
facilities including lounges, snack bar, bookstore, bowling alleys, game 
and conference rooms, music room and other areas. 




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The Alma Thomas Theatre and Fine Arts 
Center, a beautiful limestone structure 
erected in 1956 and containing a theatre, 
art gallery, studios, practice rooms, of- 
fices, patio, is the gift of Mrs. Alma 
Thomas of Austin, trustee of Southwestern 
University. 

Southwestern University and the citizens 
of Georgetown and Williamson County 
participate in a joint artist series in which 
outstanding actors, musicians, dancers, and 
other fine arts programs are presented in 
the Alma Thomas Fine Arts Theatre. 




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The Lois Perkins Chapel, a semi-Gothic church built of 
native stone with a seating capacity of one thousand, was 
erected in 1950, a gift of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Perkins of 
Wichita Falls. This building was named in honor of Mrs. 
Perkins, an alumna of -Southwestern University. The mag- 
nificent windows in the chapel depict, in life size figures, 
eaders in Christianity and leaders in Methodism with other 
beautiful windows appropriate to the religious setting. 





The Kyle E. White Religious Activities Center, a one-story limestone 
building completed in 1956, provides modern and specialized facili- 
ties for students preparing to be directors of Christian education, 
offices of the chaplain and professors in the department, and for 
the director of town and country work of the church. The building 
was made possible by the late Mrs. Kyle E. White of Anahuac in 
memory of her husband. 



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The Fondren Science Hall is a modern limestone structure that 
is three stories high. The building contains the most modern 
laboratories and equipment. It was completed in 1954 and 
was made possible by Mrs. W. W. Fondren of Houston. 



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The Cody Memorial Library was erected in 1939 in honor of 
the late Professor Claude Carr Cody, Ph.D., who was for many 
years a professor and dean at Southwestern University. This 
library is a three-story limestone structure which houses stacks 
for approximately 75,000 volumes, large reading rooms, rooms 
for special collections, and staff offices. 





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The McCook-Crain Clinic is a modern limestone structure built in 
1953 in memory of Lieutenant Charles Woodruff McCook, 
alumnus of Southwestern University, and of Mr. E. L. Crain, 
alumnus and long-time trustee of Southwestern University. This 
building provides for the students a modern health service. 





The Home Economics and Secretarial Science Hall was built in 1945. In this 
building are classrooms and laboratories for the departments of home econom- 
ics and secretarial science. This building is located north of Mood Hall. 



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The West Gymnasium provides facilities for physical and health 
education and athletic activities. It was built in 1941 through a gift 
of the late J. M. West, Sr. of Houston, long-time member of the 
Board of Trustees of Southwestern University. 



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Mood Hall, built in 1908 as a memorial to Dr. 
Francis Asbury Mood (the first president of 
Southwestern University at its Georgetown lo- 
cation) and remodeled in 1943, is a three-story 
stone building used as a men's dormitory. 



The Martin Ruter Dormitory, erected in 
1955, in honor of Martin Ruter, pioneer 
missionary and educator, is a three-story 
limestone dormitory for men students. 
Funds for this building were provided by 
the Central Texas, Southwest Texas and 
Texas Conferences of the Methodist 
Church. 



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Kurth Dormitory, for women stu- 
dents, was completed in 1962 and 
named in honor of the late Mr. 
E. L. Kurth of Luf kin , an alumnus, 
benefactor and trustee of this 
university. The three-story dormi- 
tory is of limestone and is located 
east of Laura Kuykendall Hall. 
Most of the residents are upper- 
classmen girls. 



Laura Kuykendall Hall, women's 
dormitory, is a three-story struc- 
ture built in 1926 and named in 
honor of the late Laura Kuyken- 
dall, long-time dean of women at 
Southwestern University. 




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Southwestern students pursue their 
collegiate careers as members of 
a residential community. In this 
community academic work is the 
primary focus of attention; but a 
university is more than a series of 
classrooms, and learning experi- 
ences are not neatly bounded by 
the bells which mark the end of 
class periods. Every effort is made 
by the faculty and students to 
have campus life in its widest 
sense contribute to the attain- 
ment of the aims of the university. 

Effective campus activities cannot 
be carried on without the coop- 
eration of all members of the 
community. Southwestern Univer- 
sity seeks students who envision 
the possibilities for twenty-four- 
hour-a-day learning. Registration 
in Southwestern University is 
therefore a declaration of accept- 
ance of the regulations and stand- 
ards of conduct established for 
the maintenance of the most stim- 
ulating type of campus life. 

One of the major opportunities 
offered at Southwestern is the de- 
velopment of leadership and self- 
discipline in student government. 
Here students work to coordinate 
campus planning, and are able to 
develop their own strengths in 
self-government. 

The central organ of student gov- 
ernment at Southwestern is the 
Student Senate, composed of rep- 
resentation from all the classes. 
The senate operates in accordance 
with its constitution to carry out 
the aims of the student body. 




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President of the Student Senate 
Jay Huntley Kenesson 



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STUDENT SENATE 

The Student Senate, organization of stu- 
dent government, meets weekly on Tuesday 
evenings to discuss matters relevant to the 
Student Body, and to decide questions re- 
lating to student government problems. 

The officers are Jay Huntley Kenesson, 
President, Linda Janine Wilson, Secretary, 
David Walter Bauguess, Vice-President, 
and Donald Edward Ward, Treasurer. Dean 
Martha Allen is the Sponsor. 



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Senators are Robert Lynn White, Dorothy Jean Bohmfalk, Judith Belle Love, Nancy 
Elizabeth Frazer, Rebecca Sue Mays, Linda Claire Olson, Arlen Gary Ferguson, John 
Larry Lowman, Eugene Stewart Davis, William Frank Watts, Glenn Whiteman Worth- 
am, and William Bernard Sandberg. 




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STUDENT UNION BUILDING GOVERNING BOARD 

The Student Union Building Governing Board programs and carries out Student Union Building activi- 
ties. During the school year there are several dances, pep rallies, movies, and programs held in the 
Student Union Building. 

The ruling body of the Union is comprised of students, faculty, and staff. The President of the Board 
is elected by the Student Body; all other student members are elected to their positions by the retir- 
ing Governing Board. The one exception is the Vice-President of the Students' Association who serves 
by virtue of his office. The University President appoints the faculty members. 

Those who established the Union policies for 1962-1963 are Miss Connie Clendenin, Director of Union, 
Alfred Whitney Kandeler and Cherryl Rae Knippa, Co-Presidents, and Linda Claire Olson, Secretary. 

The Directorate of the Union are the chairmen of the various Union committees. For this year they are 
Mary Ruth Goodloe and William Bernard Sandberg, Cosmopolitan, William Gray Fair and Nancy 
Ann Northington, Dance, William Lowell Wall and Steven Allen Raben, Evaluation, James Stanley 
Mendenhall and Anthony Clay Cecil, Forum, Rebecca Sue Mays and James Russell Winn, Games, 
Kathleen Doyle Harris and Carol Lynn Robinson, Hospitality, Judith Mary Thornton and Sanford 
Downs Coon, Movies, Marcella Wichman and Judith Anne Ledbetter, Publicity, Charles Lyons Shaw 
and Laura Paul Bohmfalk, Special Events, and James Winton Bohmfalk, Megaphone Correspondent. 



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Student Union Building Christmas Dance 




Student Union Building Monster Mash 




Student Union Building Pep Rally 



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HONOR COUNCIL 

The students of Southwestern have believed in living and working in a place where 
their integrity is respected and their word is accepted as completely valid. For this 
reason, the students have established and maintained the Honor System at South- 
western University. 

While the responsibility for the maintenance of this Honor System rests on every in- 
dividual student, the mechanics for the maintenance of the Honor System are carried 
out by the Honor Council, which is composed entirely of students who are elected by 
the Student Body as representatives of each class. The Honor Council investigates 
each reported violation of the system, conducts a thorough trial, and imposes a just 
penalty if the accused is found guilty. 

The members are Sylvia Louise Simons, Steven Allen Raben, Chairman, David McCanne 
Lemmons, Patricia Sue Tanner, Secretary, Judith Belle Love, Cherryl Rae Knippa, 
Roily Terry Mashburn, Joanna Marie Morgan, Alvin Michael Spiekerman, and Jon 
Michael Franks. 



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MOOD HALL HOUSE COUNCIL 

One of the most important aspects of student life is dormitory living. While living in 
the dormitory you have the opportunity to help with the self-government of the 
dormitory in which you live. Each area of the dorm elects a representative to the 
House Council, a group which meets regularly to conduct the affairs of the residents. 

The Mood Hall House Council is composed of Jack Leo Bodden, Steven Allen Raben, 
President, Robert Wells Loveless, Henry Ohland Pocock, James Winton Bohmfalk, 
Glenn Whiteman Wortham, Robert Thornton Smith, and William Bernard Sandberg. 
Not pictured are Jerry Joe Knauff, Vice-President, and Don Rowland Trompler, 
Secretary. 




Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wiggins serve as 
the Directors of Mood Hall. 



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RUTER DORMITORY HOUSE COUNCIL 



The Ruter Dormitory House Council is the 
self-governing body of this dormitory. The 
members are elected by the students living 
in this dormitory and the council meets reg- 
ularly to conduct the affairs of the residents. 

The Council includes Wade Graham Sullivan, 
Jon Michael Franks, Donald Wade Randall, 
Dewey Nelson Ervin, President, and William 
Allan Williams. 



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LAURA KUYKENDALL HOUSE COUNCIL 



The self-government of Laura Kukyendall Hall is also carried on by a House Council. 
Members are Pamela Fannin, Treasurer, Pamela Marie Byrd, Carolyn Sue Kilgore, 
President, Sandra Ann Frederick, Judith Ann Ledbetter, Vice-President, Frances Anne 
Rawlings, Paula Ann Huestis, Dorothy Jean Bohmfalk, Secretary, Wilma Kathryn 
Weimer, Sharon Ann Brown, and Nana Lucyle Watson. Mrs. Helen Switzer and Mrs. 
Lillian White are the Directors of this dormitory. 



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E. L. KURTH HOUSE COUNCIL 



E. L. Kurth is a dormitory for upperclass 
women. The governing board of this dormi- 
tory is composed of Karen Mae Hamme, 
Patricia Sue Tanner, President, Carol Lynn 
Robinson, Treasurer, Carlita Hughes, and 
Troy Ann Israel. Not pictured are Rebecca 
Sue Mays, Vice-President, Glenda Jane Roe, 
Secretary, Clementine Helen Boettcher, 
Carolyn Campbell Canady, and Margaret 
Ann Benjamin. 



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Mrs. Helen Switzer 
Laura Kuykendall Hal 



Mrs. Lillian White 
Laura Kuykendall Hal 



Mrs. Lucille Loventhal 
Ernest Kurth Hall 



Mrs. Eva Hill 
Sneed House 





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BLUE KEY 



Since 1948, members of Blue Key have been 
recognizing other men students who have con- 
tributed services to the campus. It is a national 
leadership fraternity, which chooses its members 
from junior and senior students with a high 
scholastic average. 

The members are Anthony Clay Cecil, James 
Winton Bohmfalk, Jon Michael Franks, Carter 
Stone Havner, Sanford Downs Coon, Secretary, 
William Bernard Sandberg, Vice-President, Virgil 
Smith Ray, Alumni Secretary, Jay Huntley Ken- 
esson, Alan Derek Share, Donald Edward Ward, 
Alfred Whitney Kandeler, and Steven Allen 
Raben, Corresponding Secretary. Not pictured 
is Dewey Nelson Ervin, President. Dean John 
Vernon Berglund serves as the Sponsor. 



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CARDINAL KEY 



Cardinal Key is a national honorary service organi- 
zation for upper-class women. Members are chosen 
according to their service contributions to the 
campus and their scholastic achievement. The group 
carries on a number of projects of service to the 
school during the year. Cardinal Key also gives 
awards to outstanding freshmen and sophomore 
women. 

The members are Linda Janine Wilson, Sandra 
Elizabeth Elliott, Treasurer, Beverly Bigham, Cherryl 
Rae Knippa, Kitty Lu Hallman, Patricia Jean Perry, 
Sylvia Louise Simons, Joanna Marie Morgan, Sec- 
retary, Barbara Jean Williams, Barbara Lou Smith, 
President, and Glenda Jane Roe. Sponsor is Dean 
Martha Allen. Not pictured is Carolyn Perkins 
Shimer, Vice-President. 



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ALPHA CHI 

Alpha Chi, a national undergraduate scholarship 
society, formerly known as the Southwestern Univ- 
ersity Scholarship Society, was founded at South- 
western University in 1915. Its objectives are the 
stimulation, development, and recognition of 
scholarship. Members of the Texas Alpha chapter 
are elected from among the top tenth of the 
junior and senior classes. 

Members are Barbara Lou Smith, Treasurer, Cherryl 
Rae Knippa, Vice-President, Sandra Elizabeth Elliott, 
Barbara Jean Williams, Secretary, Carolyn Perkins 
Shimer, President, and Virgil Smith Ray. Dr. Fred- 
erick Burr Clifford is the Sponsor. 



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PI DELTA EPSILON 

Pi Delta Epsilon is a national honorary journalism 
fraternity, which initiates student journalists who 
have worked on collegiate publications. It is an 
award for their efforts and services in the field of 
journalism. 

Members include Kathleen Doyle Harris, Linda 
Janine Wilson, Secretary, Kitty Lou Hallman, 
James David Guess, Barbara Lou Smith, President, 
Jon Michael Franks, Treasurer, and William Bernard 
Sandberg, Vice-President. 

Other members are Margaret Anne Benjamin, 
Judith Ann Standley, Georgia Anne Wynne, Virgil 
Smith Ray, and Barbara Jean Williams. 



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the MEGAPHONE 



Georgetown, Texas 



Friday, March 1, 1963 



Number 1 




W. Walker Sir 
At S. U. Tonic 



:mi left to right are. Nancy Stephenson, Keith Hallman, Alan Share, in 
"Separate Tables." 

arate Tables" To Play 
.eater Next Weekend 



Mr. William Walker, one of the 
newest members of New York's 
Metropolitan Opera, will sing to- 
night in the Alma Thomas Fine 
Arts Theater. His performance 
begins at 8 p.m. 

Mr. Walker is a native Texan, 
holding the degree of Bachelor of 
Music from Texas Christian Uni- 
versity. 

Although only 28 years old, Mr. 
Walker has sung in "The Barber of 
Seville, "Rigoletii," "Fictelio," "La- 
Traviata," and "Cavalleria Rusti- 
cana." He has appeared with opera 
coanpnies in New Orlens, Balti- 
more, Washington, Fort Worth, and 
in the Metropolitan Opera House 
in New York City. 

In the area of musical comedy, 
Mr. Walker sang a featured role 
with Lucille Ball in "Wildcat" on 
broadway. His performances in 
summer stock productions include, 
"Carousel." (Puerto Rico), "Firm- 
an's Ranbow," (Omaha), "Damn 
Yankees," and "Showboat." 

He has been guest on the 'To- 
night" show twice with Johnny Car- 



ation of the cur- 
• Mask and Wig 
estern Univer- 

ables," comedy- 
Rattigan, to be 
age of the Alma 
n Thursday and 
. 8. Curtain time 

les" is actually 
►lays, "Table by 
"Table Number 
dining room and 
-genteel hotel in 
and, these two 
J] plays by one 
anding eontem- 
utilize the same 
the two leads 
these four parts 
y one man and 



dcwn-at-heels journalist is confront- 
ed by his ex-wife, a former model 



For this unuaual production, re- 
quiring swift transitions from din- 



who provoked him to the act of I m roo ^ to Iounge and back again > 

members of the drama depart- 



violence which culminated for him 
in prison and ruin. Still in love 
with each other, they nevertheless 
go through another terrible scene, 
and it is the hotel manageress, Miss 
Cooper, who finds a way to repair 
their broken lives. In "Table 
Number Seven," two pathetic mis- 
fits are attracted to each other. 
One is a bogus army major without 
the background and education to 
which he lays claim; the other is 
a neurotic girl who is under the 
absolute domination of her ruth- 
less mother. A sordid scandal in- 
volving the bogus army officer 
threatens to drive them apart ir- 
revocably, but just when their 
he pes seem most remote, it is 



See WEEKEND, Page 4 



Mr. Frank Ball 

Speaks At Vespers 

Mr. Frank Ball will lead the Ves- 
per Services Friday night at 6:30 
p.m. in the Chapel. Special mus- 
ic will be provided by Don Pryor. 
All students are urged to take part 
in this opportunity for worsiup. 



MARCH ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE 

Tuesday, March 5th 

This assembly is to explain the new grading 
system. There will be an opportunity for questions 
about the system to be asked; the explanation will 
be made by Dean Clifford. 

Attendance to this assembly is voluntary. 

Tuesday, March 19th 

Dr. James Joyce will give the regular monthly re- 
quired assembly. Attendance records will be kept 



son and Jimmy De 
in "A Salute to Jei 
Skitch Henderson 
show, and also on 
Firestone" this m! 

Walker's recital 
varied program 
toire. 



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next Wednseday o: 
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program, beginning 
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technical aspects o: 
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circuits and arithrr 
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MEGAPHONE 

The Megaphone is the weekly newspaper of 
Southwestern University. It is published by the 
students of Southwestern University. 

Those who work each week on The Megaphone 
are James David Guess, Advertising Manager, 
Carolyn Lynne Rodden, Proofreader, Frank An- 
derson Rodden, Editor, William Bernard Sand- 
berg, Religion Editor, John Melton Wallace, Re- 
porter, Roberta Ann O'Neill, Make Up, Cornelia 
Helen Conn, Proofreader, Judith Anne Led- 
better, Headlines, Walter Eugene Pinkston, 
Sports Editor, and Robert Anthony Penick, 
Cartoons. 

Not pictured are Reporters James Winton Bohm- 
falk, Janet Diane Christian, and Anita Elizabeth 
Wiggs. 

The Faculty Advisor of The Megaphone is Mr. 
Edward Mangum and the Publisher is The Sun 
Publishing Company. 



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SOUTHWESTERN MAGAZINE 



The Southwestern Magazine is concerned with the 
student and his creative effort. It is published by 
the students of Southwestern University. 

Those who are on the Southwestern Magazine Staff 
are Jon Michael Franks, Feature Editor, Georgia 
Anne Wynne, Poetry Editor, Michael J. Lorfing, 
Art Editor, Angie Lois Bettcher, Cover Artist, 
James Winton Bohmfalk, Editorial Assistant, Laura 
Paul Bohmfalk, Associate Editor, Kitty Lou Hallman, 
Proofreader, and Barbara Lou Smith, Editor. Others 
on the staff who are not pictured are Thomas Rob- 
ert McClellan, Feature Editor, Judith Ann Standley, 
Feature Editor, Thadieth Edwardson, Circulation 
Manager, and Patricia Dale Dillashaw, Proofreader. 
Mr. Neal Putman is the Technical Advisor and Dr. 
J. D. Campbell is the Faculty Sponsor. The South- 
western Magazine is published at The Sun Publish- 
ing Company. 



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1963 




PI EPSILON DELTA 



Pi Epsilon Delta is a national honorary dra- 
matic fraternity. It strives to stimulate interest 
and participation in the dramatic arts. 

Pictured are Dr. Roland Angus Springer, 
Sponsor, Barbara Lou Smith, Sandra Elizabeth 
Elliott, Mary Carmen Matheny, Lawrence 
Herbert Boehme, Alan Derek Share, President, 
Charlene Kay Miller, Nancy Ellen Stephen- 
son, Stewart Eugene Slater, Vice-President, 
Kitty Lu Hallman, Secretary-Treasurer, Mary 
Katherine Strickler, Paul Edwin Earls, and 
Georgia Ann Wynne. 



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Scenes from the Mask and Wig Play "Harvey 




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PI GAMMA MU 



Pi Gamma Mu is a national social science honor 
society. This society was -founded in 1924, and 
Southwestern University's chapter is one of the 
charter chapters. 

Members include Virgil Smith Ray, President, 
Dr. Frederick Ernest Gaupp, Dr. Ludwig Herman 
Merzbach, Sponsor, Judith Mary Thornton, Sec- 
retary-Treasurer, Dr. Frank Edward Luksa, and 
Henry McConnell Cox. 



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SCIENCE SOCIETY 



Increasing Interest and knowledge In the sciences, 
the Southwestern University Science Society 
honors advanced students of the natural sciences 
and mathematics. In order to be a member, stu- 
dents must maintain an eighty-four a\ 



average. 



Members include Fred La Don McClurg Troy 
Ann Israel, President of Physics and Mathema- 
tics Yynn Wang, Patricia Jean Perry, Carolyn 
Perkins Shinier, President of Chemistry, and 
Led Brison Hander, President. Sponsors are Dr 
Lb Carl Girvm, Dr. Gordon Bloomfield Wolcott 
and Mr. Ralph Martin Whitmore. Other mem' 
bers d re James Russell Winn, President of 
Biology. 



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STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 

The purpose of the Student Christian Association 
is to build a fellowship of students and faculty 
members, devoted to the task of actualizing in 
their common life those ideals of personal and 
social living to which they are committed by 
their faith as Christians. 

Pictured here are the members of the Student 
Christian Association Council. They are Glenda 
Jane Roe, Social Chairman, Judith Karen Busby, 
Secretary, Joanna Marie Morgan, Vice-Presi- 
dent, Eugene Stewart Davis, Campus Service, Ju- 
dith Anne Ledbetter, Community Service, Wil- 
liam Bernard Sandberg, President, Mary Ann 
Clendenin, Treasurer, Mr. Gary Ireland, Sponsor, 
and Molly Michael Miller, Membership. 



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KAPPA CHI 



Kappa Chi is the organization for life 
service students. This organization pro- 
vides an opportunity to learn more 
about the fields for which these stu- 
dents are preparing. 

Sylvia Louise Simons serves as the Pres- 
ident of Kappa Chi. 



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STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 

The Student National Education Association is an affiliate of the 
National Education Association. Its purpose is to provide stu- 
dents who are in teacher training with professional experience 
and training in the work of professional organizations at the 
local, state, and national level. 

Members are Elise Ann Zerr, Elaine Rogers, Carolyn Campbell 
Canady, Carolyn Kay House, Jo Merrily Watkins, Margaret 
Anne Benjamin, Constance Cooper, Vice-President of Second- 
ary Education, Troy Ann Israel, Treasurer, Helen Georgette 
Katool, Vice-President of Elementary Education, Merry Ann 
Martin, Publicity Chairman, Patricia Jean Perry, President, Karen 
Mae Hamme, Jane Wheat, Mary Jeannette Brown, Rebecca 
Sue Mays, Laneill Dorothea Barnes, Ann Clay Elkins, Kay Karol 
Jackson, Dr. Sarah S. Zajicek, Sponsor, Janie Elizabeth Sandall, 
Diana Trevino, Judith Belle Love, Penny Sue Hull, Elizabeth 
Georgenine Bonjour, Susan Sommer, Carolyn Maureen Wil- 
liams, Dorothy Karen Rydell, Carol Lynn Henderson, Barbara 
Ann Brewer, Gloria Kay Maresh, Barbara Jean Williams, and 
Danna Joy Willis. Not Pictured is Glenda Jane Roe, Secretary. 



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SPANISH CLUB 

The Spanish Club was organized on this campus to 

further the understanding between the North and 

South American Continents and to increase knowl- 
edge of the Latin culture. 

Members are Charlotte Speer, Martha Lynn Neely, 
Social Chairman, Rose Claire Howell, Mary Ann 
Zieser, Program Chairman, Robert Wells Loveless, 
Carolyn Kay House, Secretary-Treasurer, Carlita 
Hughes, Vice-President, Alise Zerr, Coleen Wood- 
son, William Reed Collins, President, Sonja Karin 
Sollie, Marcia Ann Johnson, Judith Ruie Gilbert, 
Zettie Sue McNeese, Alice Ann Allen, Rebecca Ann 
Lawson, Margaret Irene Maxted, Frances Dickson, 
James Thomas Braselton, Dr. J. Hamilton McCoy, 
Sponsor, Charles Lyons Shaw, William Allan Wil- 
liams, Jack Leo Bodden, Gleen Autry Sandlin, 
Michael Young, Russell John Ramsey, and James 
Scott Shively. 



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SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY SPELEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 

The Southwestern University Speleological is one of the newest 
organizations on our campus. The members of this group ex- 
plore various caves in Texas. These Spelunkers travel many miles 
to explore caves, and even go on weekend trips to see caves 
near Hunt and Kerrville. 

The members are Michael J. Lorfing, President, Harold Ray 
Vogler, John Mason Atkin, Angus Sustavus Hendrick, James 
William Hunter, William Elmo Watson, James Edward Ader- 
hold, Paul Edwin Earls, Linda Sue Bennison, Joseph Henry Mc- 
Corkle, Richard Carrington Finch, Projects Chairman, Martha 
Lynn Neely, Secretary-Treasurer, Susan Gene Peacock, Eugene 
Stewart Davis, Rosalind Rae Marshall, Judith Belle Love, Vice- 
Chairman, Charlotte Spear, William Gillette Gill, Charles 
Rodger Voluse, Thomas Edward Dillon, Equipment Custodian, 
William Randolph Savage, Rex Melvin Shepperd, John Martin 
Brockman, and Donald Edward Ward. Dr. Gordon Bloomfield 
Wolcott serves as Sponsor. 



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Paul Edwin Earles at Gorman Cave 



Inside of Coffin Cave 



Susan Gene Peacock exploring a cave 



Richard Carringfon Finch inside Coffin Cave 








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YOUNG REPUBLICANS 

The Southwestern University Young Republicans are now in their second year on the 
Campus. This club is a chartered member of the Texas Young Republican Federation. 
The club provides an atmosphere for conservative-minded students to gain experience 
and training through consideration and evaluation of the principles and philosophies 
of the Republican Party. 

Members are Steven Allen Raben, John Melton Wallace, President, Virgil Smith Ray, 
James Robert Smith, and Gerald Russell Abel. 

Other members not pictured are David Walter Bauguess, Cecil Arthur Bradley, Benja- 
min Phillip Fielder, Gretchen Holmes Garrett, Jasper Patrick Garrett, Secretary, 
Michael Lowry Garrett, Kathleen Doyle Harris, Jay Huntley Kenesson, Beverly Jeanne 
Land, Richard Eugene Lane, Mary Patricia Moffitt, Treasurer, Ronald Roy Patterson, 
Lynn Scott Patton, Charles Lyons Shaw, John Walter Nicholson, Judith Barry Simmons, 
Lelia Ada Smyth, Vice-President, Perry Louise Williams, and David Vandiver Wilson. 



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YOUNG DEMOCRATICS 



Recently another organization for Southwestern 
students was formed. This club hopes to serve 
to broaden the understanding of current issues 
and the philosophy of the Democratic by present- 
ing a series of qualified speakers. This is the club 
for the Young Democratics. 

Members are Patricia Colleen Loyd, Rosalind Rae 
Marshall, Secretary, Wilton Eugene Woods, Vice- 
President, William Randolph Savage, William 
Farrel Hill, Don Rowland Trompler, President, 
James Swope Noblin, Henry McConnell Cox, 
and Sigrid Abney. Not pictured is Laura Paul 
Bohmfalk, Treasurer. 



175 




PRE-LAW ASSOCIATION 



The Pre-Law Association was founded 
for the purpose of aiding those interest- 
ed in the profession of law. This organi- 
zation is open to all students interested 
in law, history, or government. Dr. 
George C. Hester is the Sponsor. 



176 




ART ASSOCIATION 

The Southwestern University Art Association is 
one of the newest organizations on this campus. 
Members include students majoring in art, stu- 
dents taking art courses, and students who merely 
enjoy the values of art appreciation. The Art As- 
sociation takes several trips during the year to 
see art exhibits. One of the most successful trips 
was to The Regency Room of The University of 
Texas to see the Chrysler Exhibition. 

Members are Karen Bernice Anderegg, Margaret 
Elsie McCallie, Marcella Wichman, Gladys Earl- 
ene Basey, Dorothy Slaughter, Betty Daurice 
Sewell, Eileen Ann Munson, Carol Ardel Dengler, 
Susan Gene Peacock, Secretary-Treasurer, Linda 
Janine Wilson, Janie Mabel Vaught, President, 
and Angie Lois Bettcher. Other members are 
Michael J. Lorfing, Vice-President. 



177 







SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY A CAPPELLA CHOIR 

The Southwestern University A Cappella Choir is noted for its 
excellence in performance and quality of singing. The A Cap- 
pella Choir sings every Thursday for Chapel services and makes 
many tours during the year to various cities in Texas. 

The members are Charles Rodger Voluse, Miles Kenan Womack, 
David Vandiver Wilson, Thomas Lynn Loftin, Jay Huntley Kenes- 
son, Joseph Spinks Mundy, Alfred Whitney Kandeler, Nelda 
Ruth Day, Amanda Joyce Partain, Nancy Elizabeth Frazer, 
Janie Mabel Vaught, Linda Ruth Burton, Cherryl Rae Knippa, 
Glenda Jane Roe, William Roland Dansby, William Reed Col- 
lins, Jimmy Ray Lazenby, Joel Denis Conant, Donald Earl Pryor, 
Martha Lynn Neely, Carol Lynn Robinson, Beverly Kay Stewart, 
Carolyn Cooper, John Anthony Oznick, James Harold Fischer, 
Gleen Autry Sandlin, David Walter Bauguess, Deanna Kay 
Holm, Eileen Ann Munson, Carole Sue Loftiss, Martha Lillian 
Beard, Linda Sue Bennison, Eugene Stewart Davis, William 
Greenfield Alger, James Earl Colley, Judith Karen Hausen- 
fluke, Mary Ann Brenneman, Dorothy Jean Bohmfalk, Mary 
Gordon Lynch, and Sara Ann Burgin. Dean John D. Richards is 
the Director. 



178 




DELTA OMICRON 



Delta Omicron is a national professional music 
fraternity for women. The purpose of Delta 
Omicron is to foster talent and increase inter- 
est through fellowship. 

Members include Sarah Elizabeth Jordan, Bev- 
erly Kay Stewart, Martha Lillian Beard, Ro- 
berta Allene Wisler, Martha Lynn Neely, 
Treasurer, Deanna Kay Holm, and Loy Beth 
Copeland. Other members who are not pic- 
tured are Mary Gordon Lynch, President, and 
Mary Ann Brenneman, Vice-President. 



179 







SOUTHWESTERN ORCHESTRA 



The Southwestern Orchestra gives the students and faculty an 
opportunity to work together in common interest. Each year 
two concerts are given by the Southwestern Orchestra under 
the conduction of Mr. Thomas C. Douglass. 




180 




SOUTHWESTERN BAND 

The Southwestern Band gives the students an opportunity to 
actively participate in creating music. The Southwestern Band, 
under the direction of Mr. George E. Nelson, presents a number 
of concerts throughout the year and performs at the basketball 
games as well. 




181 




WOMEN'S RECREATIONAL ASSOCIATION 



The Women's Recreational Association 
is the organization on the Southwestern 
campus which plans and conducts the 
intramural sports program for women. 
During the year the various women's 
organizations compete in such sports as 
volleyball, basketball, and bowling. 

This organization is open to all women 
at Southwestern. This year Rebecca Sue 
Mays is President and Miss Askew is 
Sponsor. 



182 




SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY CHEERLEADERS 

Each fall the students of Southwestern University 
elect three boys and three girls to serve as the 
Cheerleaders for the coming year. The Cheer- 
leaders lead the students at the Southwestern 
Basketball games. 

This year the students elected Elois Jean Bagley, 
Robert Alton Neubauer, Jerold David Scott, 
Judy Davis, Sarah Elizabeth Jordan, and Stephen 
McMillan Burns. 



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There are ten social organizations on the Southwestern University 
Campus. They are Kappa Alpha, Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Theta, 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Delta Pi, Delta Delta Delta, Delta Zeta, 
Phi Mu, Zeta Tau Alpha, and the Independent Association. 

There are three organizations of elected representatives whose 
purpose is the regulation of various aspects of fraternity life. 
These organizations are the Interfraternity Council, Men's Pan- 
hellenic Council, and Women's Panhellenic Council. 





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INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



The Interfraternity Council was established in 
order to strengthen fraternity relations and pur- 
poses. 

The members are Nancy Ann Northington, Delta 
Delta Delta, Roland Anthony Nanez, Kappa 
Alpha, Troy Ann Israel, Phi Mu, Patricia Jean 
Perry, Delta Zeta, Jack Howard Phil brick, Kappa 
Sigma, Mary Carmen Matheny, Zeta Tau Alpha, 
John Martin Brockman, Pi Kappa Alpha, and San- 
ford Downs Coon, Phi Delta Theta. 



185 




MENS PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 



Men's Panhellenic Council is the governing body 
for Men's Rush. This council determines the rules 
and penalties for rush and promotes close inter- 
fraternity relationships on the campus. 

The members are Roland Anthony Nanez, Kappa 
Alpha, Jack Howard Philbrick, Kappa Sigma, 
John Martin Brockman, Pi Kappa Alpha, and San- 
ford Downs Coon, Phi Delta Theta. 

Jack Howard Philbrick serves as President and 
Dean Vernon Berglund serves as Sponsor. 



186 




WOMEN'S PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 



Women's Panhellenic Council encourages scholar- 
ship, as well as setting all rules for Women's Rush 
activities and bringing the groups closer together in 
an understanding of each other. 

The members are Sara Ann Burgin, Alpha Delta Pi, 
President, Judy Davis, Alpha Delta Pi, Patricia Jean 
Perry, Delta Zeta, Nancy Ann Northington, Delta 
Delta Delta, Mary Carmen Mathey, Zeta Tau Alpha, 
and Karen Mae Hamme, Delta Zeta. Dean Martha 
Allen serves as Sponsor. 

Not pictured are members Mamie Nancy Sharp, 
Delta Delta Delta, Vice-President, Ramona Marie 
Loman, Delta Zeta, Secretary, Rebecca Ann Law- 
son, Phi Mu, Treasurer, and Kathleen Doyle Harris, 
Zeta Tau Alpha, Social Chairman. 



187 



KAPPA ALPHA 



The Kappa Alpha Order was founded at 
Washington and Lee University, Lexington, 
Virginia, on December 21, 1865. The colors 
are crimson and gold and the magnolia and 
crimson rose are the flowers. Today there are 
52,655 members. 




Nanez Downing Smith 

President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer 




Collins 



Connant 



Conn? 




Alge 



Allen 



Atkinson 




Croley 


Ferguson, A. 


Ferguson, T. 


Holloway 


Howe 


Johnson 


Krueger 


Lazenby 


Leonard 


Loftin 


Maness 


Miller 


Moffett 


Morian 


Nieto 


Quick 


Ray 


Richards 


Robertson 


Waggoner 


Whitmire 


Wilson 


Womack 


Vickers, C. H 


Bell 


Calhoun 


Carter 


Deats 


Doolittle 


Frizell 


Gill 


Haines 


Harrison 


Hill 


Jahnke 


Jones 


Kettler 


Langston 


Pack 


Rea 


Reed 


Savage 


Ross 


Scott 


Shepperd 


Voluse 


Vickers, D. 


Weidler 




Kappa Sigma 



Kappa Sigma was founded at the University of Virginia, 
Charlottesville, Virginia, on December 10, 1869. The col- 
ors of Kappa Sigma are the scarlet, white, and em- 
erald green. The flower is the Lily-of-the-Valley. Today 
there are 93,063 Kappa Sigmas. This year lota Chap- 
ter of Kappa Sigma was awarded the Scholarship Tro- 
phy. 




Philbrick Patterson 

Grand Master Grand 

Procurator 



Shepperd Glazner Mashburn Low 

Grand Master Grand Scribe Grand Treasurer Guard 

of Ceremonies 



Weems 
Guard 




190 





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Anderson 


Bauguess, 


D. 


Bradley 


Burns 


Co egrove 


Cox 


Fielder 


Fischer 




Garrett, M. 


Ho ingsworth 


Jordan 


Knight 


Lane 


Nabers 




Patton 


Pocock 


Schmitt 


Simank 


Tyson 


Wilson 














Adams 


Amburn 


Baird 


Bauguess, R. 


Garrett, P. 


Grether 


McCorkle 


Morrison 


Phillips 


Robison 


Simecek 


Smith 


Strange 


Ramsay 


Ramsey 









Not Pictured: McClurg, Oznick 



191 




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Kappa Alpha House 

Kappa Sigma House 









Pi Kappa Alpha House 
Phi Delta The+a House 




PI KAPPA ALPHA 



Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the Uni- 
versity of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 
on March I, 1868. The colors are garnet 
and old gold and the Lily-of-the-Valley is 
the flower. There are 63,000 members 
today. 




tsrockman 
President 



Abel, G. Leavell Davis, E. Naeglin Kurio 

Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Pledge Trainer 




194 




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Bailey 


Bodden 


Boehme 


Caskey 


Crow 


Domel 


Draeger 


Fair 


Finch 


Fitzgerald 


Goss 


Guess 


Hitt 


Kenesson 


Lemons 


Mundy 


Oefinger 


Raben 


Share 


Stanley 


Vogel 


Wall 


Ward 


Watts 


Winn, J. 


Wuthrick 












Abel, R. 


Aderholt 


Anderson 


Atkin 


Blacklock 


Bridges 


Davis, D. 


DeWolfe 


Hendrick 


Hunter 


LeGrand 


Lehman 


Lowman 


Menger 


Neubauer 


Odiorne 


Parker 


Raish 


Rust 


Secrest 


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Watson 


White 


Winn, J 



PHI DELTA THETA 



Phi Delta Theta was founded on Decem- 
ber 26, 1848, on the campus of Miami 
University, Oxford, Ohio. The colors are 
azure and argent and the flower is the 
white carnation. Today there are 
101,557 members. 




Coon Wallace Shook Flowers Easley 

President Vice-President Recording Sec. Pledgemaster Treasurer 




196 




Beatty 


Bohmfc 


Ik 


Butler 


Dansby 


Ellis 


Ervin 


Franks 


Haley 




Hamilton 


Herbert 


Jacobson 


Johnson 


Kandeler 


Knauff 




Mendenhall 


Nicholson 


Porter 


Powell 


Shaw 
Vance, G. 


Slater 
Vance, 


J. 


Smith 
Willis 


Spiekerman 


Sumners 


Tuxworth 




Brandes 


Breck 


Couch 


Evans 


Fagan 


Fennekohl 


Helton 


Holt 


Hotchkiss 


Ramsey 


Sullivan 


Thomas 


Walker 


Warren 


Wiley 


Williams 







ALPHA DELTA PI 



Alpha Delta Pi was founded on 
May 15, 1851, at Wesleyan Col- 
lege, Macon, Georgia. There are 
54,935 members today. The colors 
are light blue and white and the 
flower is the woodland violet. 





Tanner 


Pennington 


Granberry 


Reed, 


Cooper 


Davis 


President 


Vice-President 


Vice-President 


Secretary 


Treasurer 


Rush Chairman 





Burgln 


Cox 


Elliott 


Evans 


Frazer 


Huestis 


Hughes 


Ledbetter 


Parks 


Ray 


Simon 


Smith 


Stewart 


Stone 


Terry 


Wadsworth 


Watson 


Watts 




Abney 


Alley 


Alloway 


Berry 


Bohmfalk 


Brawley 


Brown 


Byrd 


Fredricks 


Hewell 


Hill 


Kidson 


Land 


Moor 


Reed, M. K. 


Reese 


Rogers 


Rundell 


Schramn 


Slaughter 


Stokes 


Ward 







199 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 



Delta Delta Delta was founded on Thanksgiving Eve at 
Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, 1888. Today 
there are 71,000 members in Delta Delta Delta. The 
colors of Delta Delta Delta are silver, gold, and blue. 
The flower is the pansy and the tree is the pine. This 
year Delta Delta Delta was awarded the Scholarship 
Bowl. 





Bigham 
President 



Robinson McDonald McMahan Roscheni Weir 

Vice-President Rec. Sec. Corresp. Sec. Treasurer Rush Chairman 




200 




Allen 


Barnes 


Beard 


Boettcher 


Brewer 


Fair 


Garrett 


Giddings 


Goodloe 


Hallman 


Knippa, C. 


Langford 


Love 


Luckel 


McCallie 


Morgan, J. 


Northington 


Roe 


Scott 


Sharp 


Shimer 


Smyth 


Thornton 


Wichman 




Baer 


Barnhart 


Bettcher 


Birdwell 


Bitner 


Chase 


Chiles 


Day 


Dunn 


Earl 


Eastman 


Fannin 


Holland 
Simmons 


Kinney 
Word 


Knippa, S. 


N/lanford 


Morgan, B. 


Schmidt 



201 



DELTA ZETA 



Delta Zeta was founded on October 24, 1902, on 
the campus of Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. 
Today there are 46,155 members and the colors 
are old rose and vieux green. The flower is the 
Killarney Rose. 





Hamme Mays Williams, P. 

President Vice-President Vice-President 



Perry 


Barton 


Cooper 


Treasurer 


Recording 


Corresponding 




Secretary 


Secretary 




202 




Barnes 


Bennison 


E kins 


Greer 


Hays 


House 


Hutchison 


Jackson 


Kilgore 


Loveless 


Lowman 


McClung 


Martin 


Miller 


Bannon 


Olson 


Rawlings 


Strickler 


Watkins 


Williams 












Arnold 


Bagley 




Bonjour 


Cooper, C. 


Durst 


Insall 


James 




Johnson 


Ledbetter 


Loftiss 


Miller 


Paxton 




Riser 


Roark 


Smith 


Wiggs 


Williams, 


M. 


Willis 


Wright 





Garrett 
Medley 
Van Amburgh 



203 



PHI MU 



Phi Mu was founded at Wesleyan College, 
Macon, Georgia, on March 4, 1852. The 
colors of Phi Mu are rose and white and 
the rose-colored carnation is the flower. 
Today there are 38,000 members in Phi Mu. 



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Zeiser 
President 



Lane 
Vice-President 



Israel 

Pledge Trainer 



Gilbert 
Secretary 



Mock 
Treasurer 



Morrow 
Rush Captain 




204 




Bingham 


Coffee 


Hausenfluke 


Jones 


Kent 


Lawson 


Maxted 


Miller 


Rydell 


Shulf 


Stiry 


Vaught 




Allen 
McCullough 



Blanton 
McNeese 



Bryant 

Martin 



Clemans 
Sims 



Johnson 



Loyd 



205 



ZETA TAU ALPHA 



Zeta Tau Alpha was founded at Long- 
wood College, Farmville, Virginia, on 
October 15, 1898. Today there are 
40,076 members in Zeta Tau Alpha. The 
colors are turquoise blue and steel gray 
and the flower is the white violet. 






Wilson 


King 


Kidwell 


Kilpatrick 


Matheny 


President 


Vice-President 


Secretary 


Treasurer 


Membership 
Chairman 




206 




Berth 


Bohmfalk 


Brenneman 


Canady 


Dillashaw 


Ekblad 


Fairbend 


Gross 


Harris 


Jordan 


Morrow 


Moses 


Munson 


Robinson 


Siddall 


Simank 


Stand ey 


Stephenson 


Trappey 














Alexander 
Hull 


Dengler 
McGill 


Dupree 
Manning 


Felder 
Maresh 


Goodenough 
Marx 


Griffin 
Menefee 


Moffitt 
Wheat 


Nixon 
Wood 


Sewell 


Sommer 


Vaughn 


Ward 



207 



INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION 

The Independent Association is a 
social organization tor students 
who are not members of Greek 
Letter social fraternities. 




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President 




Busby Anderson Munson Loyd 

Vice-President Sec.-Treas. Social Chairman Senate Rep. 




INDEPENDENT SWEETHEART 



Miss Alaine Fay Anderson 
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Bridges 


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Clendenin 


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Frier 


Garrett 


Hander 


Harlan 


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Leichliter 


McFarlin 


Martin 


Miller 


Murphree 


O'Neill 


Petrosky 


Radde 


Renick 


Sandberg 


Smith 


Stevens 


Virden 


Wall 


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Weise 


Williams 


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MISS SOUTHWESTERN 

Miss Barbara Lou Smith 

Each year a group of girls of the Senior Class are chosen to com- 
pete for the honor of Miss Southwestern. A faculty committee 
nominates these girls according to grades, activities, and service 
to Southwestern University. The Student Body then elects Miss 
Southwestern from these nominees. 



216 




Miss Penny Lou Langford 



Miss Barbara Jean Williams 



Miss Sandra Elizabeth Elliott 



217 




KAPPA ALPHA ROSE 



Miss Sandra Holland 



218 




KAPPA SIGMA DREAM GIRL 

Miss Angie Lois Bettcher 



219 




PI KAPPA ALPHA DREAM GIRL 



Miss Nancy Ann Northington 
220 




ALL SCHOOL BEAUTY 

Miss Betty Gene Eastman 
221 



DELTA DELTA DELTA BEAUTY 

Miss Mary Avis Weir 



INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION 

BEAUTY 

Miss Janet Ann Bridges 



PHI MU BEAUTY 



Miss Marita Blanton 



DELTA ZETA BEAUTY 

Miss Elois Jean Bagley 




ALPHA DELTA PI BEAUTY 

Miss Judy Davis 



Miss Zettie Sue McNeese 
Phi Mu 





Miss Mary Ann Zieser 
Phi Mu 



Miss Gretchen Wardene 

Alley 
Alpha Delta Pi 





Miss Patricia Jo Fairbend 
Zeta Tau Alpha 



Miss Zelda Sue Bitner 
Delta Delta Delta 



Miss Nancy Ellen Stephenson 
Zeta Tau Alpha 




Miss Carolyn Kay House 
Delta Zeta 



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Miss Marilyn Lee McCullough 
Phi Mu 



Miss Susan Sommer 
Zeta Tau Alpha 



Miss Dorothy Jean 
Alpha Delta Phi 



Bohmfalk 




Miss Patricia Jean Perry 
Delta Zeta 





Miss Carolyn Perkins Shimer 
Delta Delta Delta 



Miss Elizabeth 

Seorgeine Bonjour 
Delta Zeta 



Miss Gladys Earlene Basey 
Independent Association 



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WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS 




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Dewey Nelson Ervin 



Barbara Lou Smith 









Jay Huntley Kenesson 



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Cherryl Rae Knippa 



Sanford Downs 
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SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY BASKETBALL TEAM 



The Southwestern University Basketball 
Team is coached by Mr. Myron H. 
Dees. Assistant coach is James Edward 
Giese. 

Members of the team are Donald 
Warren Dailey, William Blaine Basham, 
Charles Wilson, Wilburn Floyd Inman, 
Sanford Christian Reed, Melvin Ronald 
Kettler, Thomas Neal Harrison, Chester 
James Vance, Wilson Whitmire, Joe 
Oliver Seeber, Jerry Joe Knauff, Rich- 
ard Joe Shook, Robert Whirl, Ernest 
Nieto, and John Ingram Walker. 



232 



Opponent 




65 


Howard Payne 


77 


82 


Stephen F. Austin 


74 


72 


Howard Payne 


85 


72 


Stephen F. Austin 


81 


86 


Tarleton State 


90 


73 


Texas A&l 


109 


74 


St. Edwards 


66 


67 


Texas A&l 


98 


60 


St. Marys 


74 


105 


Texas Wesleyan 


103 


81 


Texas Lutheran 


73 


75 


Tarleton State 


82 


79 


University of Dallas 


78 


61 


St. Edwards 


76 





233 







SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY BASEBALL TEAM 



The Southwestern University Baseball 
Team is coached by Mr. Myron H. Dees. 

The members of the team are Thomas 
Francis Vickers, David Ray Krueger, 
Fred Norman Dodson, Joseph William 
Royce, Harvey Clifton Moffett, Rich- 
ard Martin Stanley, Charles Abram Sum- 
ners, William Allan Williams, Dwight 
Leroy Haley, Donald Warren Dailey, 
James Stanley Mendenhall, Gerald Hill, 
John Holloway, and Walter Eugene 
Pinkston. 



235 




SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY TENNIS TEAM 

The Southwestern University Tennis Team is 
coached by Mr. Harvey D. Watts. The Tennis 
Team will compete in matches with other 
Texas colleges this spring. 

Members of the team are Harvey Clifton 
Moffett, Larry Rankin Jones, Robert Edwin 
Willis, Rex Melvin Shepperd, James Russell 
Winn, Kenneth Dale McAllister, John Ingram 
Walker, Charles Rodger Voluse, William 
Frank Watts, and Bobby North Petrosky. 



236 



TENNIS MATCHES 



March 16 


St. Edwards 


Georgetown 


March 19 


St. Edwards 


Austin 


March 26 


St. Marys 


Georgetown 


March 29 


Southwest Texas State 






Teachers College 


San Marcos 


April 


Texas Wesleyan 


Fort Worth 


April 22 


St. Marys 


San Antonio 


April 25 


East Texas State 






Teachers College 


Georgetown 


April 27 


Texas Wesleyan 


Georgetown 


April 30 


Southwest Texas State 






Teachers College 


Georgetown 



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VOLLEYBALL TEAM 

INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION 
CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL TEAM 





Unfortunately, an early deadline prevents the Sou'wester staff 
from covering all the Spring events. Here briefly, are some of 
the events Southwestern has to look forward to this spring. 

The annual Homecoming for Southwestern University, the presen- 
tation of Miss Southwestern for 1963, some one-act plays by the 
Mask and Wig Players, numerous sports events, and graduation 
are just a few of the many events that take place in the spring. 

At this time though there are many people to whom I would like 
to give my sincere thanks: to Mr. Neal Putman, the sponsor of 
the Sou'wester, whose leadership and guidance has made this 
Sou'wester possible; to our professional photographer, Mr. Horace 
Evans; to Mr. O. M. Montgomery, representative of Myers Year- 
books, Incorporated; to Miss Mary Elizabeth Fox, for her tireless 
work; to all the members of the Sou'wester staff, and especially 
to Miss Marcella Wichman, the Associate Editor, who was "al- 
ways there to help"; and finally, to all the members of the Student 
Body of Southwestern who were so anxious to cooperate. 

As the last page of the Sou'wester is completed, I sincerely hope 
that this yearbook presents a change for a changing Southwestern 
University. 



ClnqisL JjdIa, (Bsdbdk&A 
Sdihft. 1962-1963 



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